The Forgetting Time, Sharon Guskin



Absolutely searing. That's not a word I use frequently, but the emotion here is SO intense. I've been comparison reading along with the new mystery I'm writing: the topic of reincarnation and children remembering past lives is one that has intrigued me since reading Ian Stevenson and Jim Tucker (whom Guskin quotes throughout the book), and I loved how Guskin handles the concept here. The mystery is secondary to the human drama, but all the characters were handled with such sensitivity--well worth reading.