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All We Know of Love


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ISBN13: 9780767904094
ISBN10: 0767904095
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rwilson, April 15, 2008 (view all comments by rwilson)
I bought this book, read it, and then immediately read it again. It reveals the artistic process in an uncanny way, especially since the author says she's not an artist! The complexities of first love, first sex, lifelong love and general romance are tenderly, perfectly rendered. I especially like the true connections of family and friends--deep but not saccharine. If you are an artist, aspiring or otherwise, you will be deeply heartened by this book. And everyone else--read it, enjoy it.
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Deborah Fochler, September 23, 2007 (view all comments by Deborah Fochler)
A magical, wonderful look at a young woman's life and her search for love yet while she finds and loves she also experiences profound loss and sadness. This book reminds me why I particularly enjoy new authors. This is not your typical novel. It is written with heart and tenderness and a small amount of mystical reverence.
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Product Details

Schneider, Katie
Random House
New York
Young women
Women artists
Love stories
Edition Number:
1st trade pbk. ed.
Series Volume:
IG 13a
Publication Date:
July 2001
8.01x5.21x.87 in. .57 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Jo Shepherd grew up in the Pacific Northwest under the loving care of her grandfather, Frank. After spending months nursing him through his final painful illness, at his death Jo receives a glorious vision of the Virgin Mary, who tells her to head to Italy to live out her dream of becoming an artist. In doing so, Jo must leave behind her childhood sweetheart, Jack, facing the prospect of losing him forever.

In Italy, Jo's intense artistic visions begin to find fruition, but her magical odyssey is complicated when she meets two extraordinary young men, each of whom vies for her attention. As the lives of these three friends become more deeply entwined, the revelation of painful secrets threatens to destroy their delicate balance. Fleeing to New York City, and eventually returning to the Pacific Northwest, Jo begins to face up to the legacy of her time in Italy, and to her future with or without Jack.

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