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other side of air

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Ballantine Books , New York
StatementJeanne Braseton ; with an afterword by Kaye Gibbons.
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LC ClassificationsPS3602.R38 O86 2006
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL3431538M
ISBN 100345443098, 0345443101
LC Control Number2005057200

Jeanne Braselton's The Other Side of Air is a book of simple prose that leaves you aching to believe that our loved ones continue to care for us after their deaths. Katy and Ephraim Doyal have been in love since they were eight years old/5(6).

Jeanne Braselton (–) was the acclaimed author of A False Sense of Well Being and The Other Side of Air. Born and raised in Georgia, she was the adopted daughter of a poet who was designated chief of the Cherokee Nation. While working as a journalist for the Rome News-Tribune, she won numerous Georgia Press Association : Jeanne Braselton.

From Jeanne Braselton, author of the crtically acclaimed A False Sense of Well Being comes an irresistible new novel about the power of enduring love, poignantly told by an unforgettable narrator who’s watching from her place on “the other side of air.”.

Katy Doyal has loved her husband, Ephraim, since their very first meeting in Rome, Georgia, when she was eight years old/5. About The Other Side of Air. From Jeanne Braselton, author of the crtically acclaimed A Other side of air book Sense of Well Being comes an irresistible new novel about the power of enduring love, poignantly told by an unforgettable narrator who’s watching from her place on “the other side of air.”.

Jeanne Braselton (–) was the acclaimed author of A False Sense of Well Being and The Other Side of Air. Born and raised in Georgia, she was the adopted daughter of a poet who was designated chief of the Cherokee Nation.

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If you want to know the truth about the human experience of loss, there's only one book on the shelf."― Reviews: A quirky, charismatic, often lyrical second novel (A False Sense of Well Being, ), posthumously published; novelist Kaye Gibbons completed the book after her friend’s death, in Katy Doyal narrates this tale from the afterlife, from the other side of air, where she is now “hovering about in a state of something like perpetual titillation,” waiting for her husband Ephraim to die and join : Jeanne Braselton.

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