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Undressing the Moon

2 Ratings: 3.5
A book by Tammy Greenwood

Piper Kincaid is 30 years old and has already endured three years of treatment for breast cancer. As she considers life with metastatic breast disease, she also returns to the year she was 14, when her mother left and she came to understand how lives … see full wiki

2 reviews about Undressing the Moon
review by . March 05, 2011
Piper Kincaid is only thirty when she feels a lump in her breast and finds she has cancer.      Her friend, Becca, stays with her to provide care. As the story unfolds, Piper is weak from the effects of the disease and decides to stop the chemotherapy.      Piper's mother had left the home when Piper was age fourteen. Piper's mother was an artistic person who lived in a world of her own and when the family's finances hit a bump when Piper's …
review by . May 17, 2002
I have been an ardent admirer of T. Greenwood since her first novel. She adorns her pages with such beautiful imaginary, that the effect is often stunning. Perhaps Greenwood's greatest gift to her readers is the ability to clearly draw the hidden parameters of the heart, with such phrasing as: "Hope is really just desire disguised, just desperation, aching, dressed up like a prayer." As well, her character descriptions are incisive: "Her eyes were set far apart, and her face looked like an old glove".Undressing …
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