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Forgottenby Catherine Mckenzie
Synopses & Reviews
Emma Tupper is a dedicated lawyer with a bright future. But when she takes a month-long leave of absence to go on an African vacation, she ends up facing unexpected consequences. After she falls ill and spends six months trapped in a remote village thanks to a devastating earthquake, Emma returns home to discover that her friends, boyfriend, and colleagues thought she was dead—and that her life has moved on without her.
As she struggles to re-create her old life, throwing herself into solving a big case for a client and trying to reclaim her beloved apartment from the handsome photographer who assumed her lease, everyone around her thinks she should take the opportunity to change. But is she willing to sacrifice her job, her relationships, and everything else she worked so hard to build?
In Forgotten, Catherine McKenzie tweaks a classic tale of discovering who we really are when everything that brings meaning to our lives is lost.
“For fans of The Good Wife, Catherine McKenzies Forgotten is a pure, page-turning pleasure.”
—Gwendolen Gross, author of The Orphan Sister
“By turns hilarious and heart-tugging….A thoroughly enjoyable read!”
If your old life vanished completely, should you try to get it back or create a whole new one? Thats the intriguing question at the heart of Catherine McKenzies Forgotten. The smart, funny, and provocative story of a woman who returns home after being stranded for months in Africa by an earthquake only to find that everyone in her life believed she was dead and moved on, Forgotten is captivating and thought-provoking contemporary womens fiction from the author of Arranged and Spin—a fresh and witty tale that will not be soon forgotten.
About the Author
Catherine McKenzie was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, where she now practices law. An avid runner and skier, she has also taught part-time at the McGill Faculty of Law.
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