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All That's Left to Tell

A Novel

by Daniel Lowe

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"Like Tim O'Brien's Going After Cacciato, All That's Left to Tell celebrates not just the power of storytelling but the deeply human need for it in even the most dire situations. Alternately gripping and dreamy, Daniel Lowe's debut imagines what the stories we tell reveal about ourselves, and how they may save us." –Stewart O'Nan, author of West of Sunset

Every night, Marc Laurent, an American taken hostage in Pakistan, is bound and blindfolded. And every night, a woman he knows only as Josephine visits his cell. At first, her questions are mercenary: is there anyone back home who will pay the ransom? But when Marc can offer no name, she asks him a question about his daughter that is even more terrifying than his captivity. And so begins a strange yet increasingly comforting ritual, in which Josephine and Marc tell each other stories. As these stories build upon one another, a father and daughter start to find their way toward understanding each other again.


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Publisher: Macmillan Audio
Edition: Unabridged

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  • ISBN: 9781427282507
  • File size: 196559 KB
  • Release date: February 14, 2017
  • Duration: 06:54:26

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  • ISBN: 9781427282507
  • File size: 196559 KB
  • Release date: February 14, 2017
  • Duration: 06:54:26
  • Number of parts: 7


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English

"Like Tim O'Brien's Going After Cacciato, All That's Left to Tell celebrates not just the power of storytelling but the deeply human need for it in even the most dire situations. Alternately gripping and dreamy, Daniel Lowe's debut imagines what the stories we tell reveal about ourselves, and how they may save us." –Stewart O'Nan, author of West of Sunset

Every night, Marc Laurent, an American taken hostage in Pakistan, is bound and blindfolded. And every night, a woman he knows only as Josephine visits his cell. At first, her questions are mercenary: is there anyone back home who will pay the ransom? But when Marc can offer no name, she asks him a question about his daughter that is even more terrifying than his captivity. And so begins a strange yet increasingly comforting ritual, in which Josephine and Marc tell each other stories. As these stories build upon one another, a father and daughter start to find their way toward understanding each other again.


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