We Came Here to Forget

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Product Details

Price
$18.00
Publisher
Washington Square Press
Publish Date
Pages
336
Dimensions
5.3 X 8.2 X 0.8 inches | 0.5 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781982103439

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About the Author

Andrea Dunlop is the author of We Came Here to Forget, She Regrets Nothing, Losing the Light, and Broken Bay. She lives with her husband in Seattle, Washington, where she works as a social media consultant.

Reviews

Praise for We Came Here to Forget

"Searing, gripping...Dunlop has crafted a complicated story of sisterhood unlike any told before."--Taylor Jenkins Reid, bestselling author of Daisy Jones and the Six
"Dunlop's globe-trotting story of two sisters driven apart by a devastating event is a propulsive whirlwind of secrets, passion, betrayal, exotic locations -- and hope. It's as timely as it is riveting."--J. Ryan Stradal, author of Kitchens of the Great Midwest
"I wish Andrea Dunlop's We Came Here to Forget could go on forever. I was riveted by the central story of an overachieving athlete who is finding her way in a world without clocks, without concrete goals. Andrea is a talented, intuitive leader and storyteller, revealing details at just the right moment over and over again. There is so much genuine emotion and tension throughout the book . . . a lot to think about in here, and oh yes--a lot of dancing in paradise (and in hell) too."--Caroline Kepnes, author of You
"Andrea Dunlop's novels were made for book clubs. This one is a gripping story of family secrets and dangerous ambition that follows Katie Cleary, an Olympic hopeful who tries to live under a new identity when her career is ruined after dark truths about her sister come to light." --Caroline Kepnes, author of You "Bustle"
"As fast-paced as a downhill ski run, and as magical and sensuous as tango, We Came Here to Forget is about the drive to escape the trauma of the past--and the folly of that desire."--Edan Lepucki, bestselling author of CALIFORNIA and WOMAN NO. 17 "Bustle"