The end of getting lost : a novel / Robin Kirman.
- ISBN: 9781982159856
- ISBN: 1982159855
- Physical Description: 275 pages ; 22cm
- Edition: First Simon & Shuster hardcover edition.
- Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster, 2022.
"The year is 1996--a time before cell phones, online status updates, and location tags--a time when you could travel to a remote corner of the world and disappear, if you chose to do so. This is where we meet Gina Reinhold and Duncan Lowy, a young coupleof creatives, madly in love, traveling around Europe for their honeymoon. Or, Gina thinks it's her honeymoon--that's what Duncan has told her. She's just suffered a head injury while exploring the ruins of the Berlin Wall and now she can't remember the last year of her life. She can't even remember her mysterious accident, only waking up in the hospital with, thankfully, her beloved and doting Duncan by her side, ready to whisk her away to explore the world's most romantic locales. But in reality, Gina hasn't seen or spoken to Duncan in months. So why--and how--is he suddenly standing vigil at her bedside, miles from home and anyone they know? They seem madly in love now, but for how long can Duncan keep this charade alive, and how far will he go to keepGina's past hidden from her? As they hop borders across Europe, the past catching them at every new destination, we see that Gina's memories might not be as elusive as her injury leads Duncan to believe... The End of Getting Lost is a literary thriller and a love story, a tightrope act of deception as much as it is an elegant exploration of love and marriage, and our expectations of both when mirrored against reality. With notes of Patricia Highsmith, Caroline Kepnes, and Lauren Groff, Robin Kirman has spun a delicious tale of deceit, redemption, and fighting for who and what you love-no matter the costs"-- Provided by publisher.
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