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All is Forgotten, Nothing is Lost

All is Forgotten, Nothing is Lost - Lan Samantha Chang This is a very intense and engrossing novel. While it follows the lives of two poets, it primarily focuses on an emotionally closed individual. We follow his life and his self absorption and eventual self reflection that comes very late.

The book was very intense and flowed very well. My only complaint is that the ending felt so quick and rushed. Maybe because the rest of it was so intense or maybe just a by product of reading it in an e book format.