"Constructed in brutally perceptive and dazzlingly revelatory prose, this is a stunning work."--Booklist
"This breathtakingly elegant and unsentimental first novel is about passion, regret, and memory: about the psychology of the spot where recollection and loss intersect."--Details
"Extraordinary...the risks Davis takes by depriving herself of a traditional structure are enormous."--Newsday
"[The End of the Story] succeeds in...giving the reader both the story and the painful work that goes into its making, and as such it is not only beautiful, but an extraordinary and very modern achievement."--The New York Observer
In this work a happily settled woman attempts to piece together the fragments of a past, unresolved relationship. With compassion, wit and what appears to be candour, she seeks to reveal herself and her past. However, the vagueness of memory means that any past tale must be fiction.
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