Imagine Me Gone

41qnv7n4kzlImagine Me Gone by Adam Haslett chronicles the life of a family whose patriarch suffers from depression and takes his own life fairly early in the book. This depression, unfortunately, is visited upon the oldest son, Michael. The book hones in on the remaining four family member’s attempts to keep Michael from following the same fate as his father. Haslett captures this family nicely, and the story moved along at a good pace. However, I didn’t love it.
three-and-a-half-stars

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