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Winner of the 2020 Georgia Author of the Year Award!
 
One of Booklist’s Top 10 Books of the Year!

A provocative and timely new novel by the author of Inheriting Edith, one that will haunt you long after the final page is turned…

 
One of The Atlanta Journal Constitution’s “12 Southern Books to Curl Up With” – September 22. 2019

One of Deep South Magazine’s Best Of Fall/Winter 2019-20

“Fishman’s lively prose, punctuated with volleys of incisive wit and mouthy irreverence, propels the story. This convincing portrayal of a struggling family will captivate readers.” – Publishers Weekly

One of the 10 Southern Books We Loved in 2019 – Atlanta Journal Constitution

Invisible As Air : Reviews

“Her writing creeps up on you, like a crescent moon that seems to mysteriously switch sides in the night sky during a drive down a winding highway — taunting, unsettling, beautiful.” —Becca Godwin, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“From the first stunning choice to the last, I could not put this novel down.”–Patti Callahan Henry, USA Today and New York Times Bestselling novelist of Becoming Mrs. Lewis. 

“Zoe Fishman is a gifted writer; her characters are so alive they seem to breathe… This is a book about people, flawed but striving, broken but hopeful.  Once I started, I couldn’t put it down.”—Joshilyn Jackson USA TODAY and New York Times bestselling author of Never Have I Ever

A provocative and timely new novel by the author of Inheriting Edith, one that will haunt you long after the final page is turned… One of Booklist’s Top 10 Books of the Year!

“Zoe Fishman writes with tenderness and urgency, with an ear attuned to all the silences, secrets, and strain that frequently capsize modern family —Kristen Iskandrian, author of Motherest

“Fishman offers a vivid and visceral portrayal of a grieving family as it faces the same loss in profoundly different ways…It examines the loneliness of grief and also the transformative ways it can bring us together.” — Gabrielle Birkner, co-author, Modern Loss: Candid Conversation About Grief. Beginners Welcome


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