Kevin Brennan Writes About What It's Like
I couldn’t resist reblogging this excellent review of Yesterday Road by Patricia Zick. Gives me a chance to thank her in public!
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Yesterday Road by Kevin Brennan shows the fiction of the memory is the most important.
Jack in Yesterday Road finds himself on the road a few hours from San Francisco one day with no memory of who he is or where he’s been. He hooks up with a Down syndrome young man named Joe, and the two travel in an innocent cocoon until adopted by Ida who doesn’t know that her waitress uniform conceals a big heart.
Jack’s memory of his past comes to him at night in his dreams as some form of fiction. He remembers snatches of things and knows from the things he says that he was a good man with a strong family. Without the facility to name those things…
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