by Elizabeth DeVita-Raeburn
This unflinching, often haunting recollection of the author's loss of her brother is woven into a larger exploration of the enormous, often unacknowledged impact the death of a sibling has on the brothers and sisters who remain. Drawing on interviews with more than two hundred survivors, this book examines the complex of emotions experienced by these so-intimate family members. The sibling bond and the lifelong impact of its severing are here described and explored as well as the tools needed to heal and move forward.
Paperback, 240 pages.