Best Read [Daphne Kapsali] ↠ you can't name an unfinished thing || [Contemporary Book] PDF ¹

By Daphne Kapsali | Comments: ( 275 ) | Date: ( Jan 28, 2020 )

There are certain things that time cannot touch Very few Metal it turns to rust and bones to dust and the souls of those we ve loved into ghosts and memories Ancient temples fall to ruin and gods fall from grace, and people fall out of love and forget Very few things can withstand the passage of time, its ruthless continuity, always moving on, always leaving moments beThere are certain things that time cannot touch Very few Metal it turns to rust and bones to dust and the souls of those we ve loved into ghosts and memories Ancient temples fall to ruin and gods fall from grace, and people fall out of love and forget Very few things can withstand the passage of time, its ruthless continuity, always moving on, always leaving moments behind, but in Anna s short lifetime there was one thing that did Was it hubris to wrench apart what destiny had conspired to unite Could there be atonement for such a thing This story begins at the end of a thing that hasn t ended, and travels in orbit in the space between then and not yet, circling questions unanswered and unasked, alternative endings and futures that never came to pass, looking for a place to land It is the story of Anna and Jack and it s a love story, because all stories are, essentially, about love and the inexplicable things we do in its name and in its absence, in its pursuit and in its wake.


  • Title: you can't name an unfinished thing
  • Author: Daphne Kapsali
  • ISBN: 9781511596244
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Daphne Kapsali

Daphne Kapsali is a writer, reluctant yogi, and pathological optimist among many other things In 2014, she gave up her life in London to spend the autumn and winter writing on a remote Greek island the result, a book entitled 100 days of solitude 100 separate and interconnected stories on claiming the time and space to live as your true self and do what you love was published in March 2015 and has become an unexpected bestseller She has since published another seven books, all of which are available from.



Comments you can't name an unfinished thing

  • John Winston

    This is the third book I’ve read from Daphne Kapsali, and to say I’m hooked is an understatement. Kapsali wields words like a master chef, connects phrases like a seasoned Jazz musician, with no rhyme or reason, just clarity and focused art. I find myself getting addicted to her prose. This time it’s about love (isn’t it always?) in the way of “you can’t name an unfinished thing.” The title reveals itself gradually as the story plays out. Kapsali uses a third person narrator to pai [...]


  • Khulud Khamis

    I am left breathless with this book and can't gather my thoughts into a cohesive review at the moment. This book has gotten under my skin and touched me on the deepest levels. I read Daphne's 100 Days of Solitude and recommend it to everyone. This book, however, is deeply personal and i think it will affect each reader differently, according to what s/he brings into the narrative from her/his own life. I will be on the lookout for anything and everything by Daphne.


  • Dana

    It broke and then mended my heart! After I finished "100 Days of Solitude" I couldn't shut up about it! Although I can with certainty say I loved this book even more, it is intimate and comes with a quiet obsession.It toyed with my emotions more than I thought was possible and despite having to take breaks while reading to compose myself, I already know I will be rereading it. Not something I ever do.We are all expected to move on from things incredibly quickly, even when it is impossible. "You [...]


  • Anita Jefferies

    I found this book readable but annoying. A bit of a "One Day" feel to it but with less justification As one of the characters actually says, we needed to understand the protagonist's motivation (I'm paraphrasing) and I never really did.


  • Grace Braithwaite

    I wouldn't read this again. I found the character of Anna quite annoying - I didn't relate to her and I found myself giving quite a few eye-rolls throughout the book. She didn't feel authentic or believeable. I was expecting a lot more from this I think.


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    Published :2019-03-19T17:01:53+00:00