The Character is Someone You Won’t Forget

Abby Fabiaschi’s provocative new novel I Liked My Life, does not appear to be a scary story, a parable, a mystery, but on some level, it is all those things. It has so much of everything that you will ache for and fear for the main character — but never forget her. You will more than like I Liked My Life and the writing of this brave debut novelist, who will be dancing in your mind for years to come.

Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of The Deep End of the Ocean and Two If by Sea 

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Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of The Deep End of the Ocean and Two If by Sea 

Abby Fabiaschi’s provocative new novel I Liked My Life, does not appear to be a scary story, a parable, a mystery, but on some level, it is all those things. It has so much of everything that you will ache for and fear for the main character — but never forget her. You will more than like I Liked My Life and the writing of this brave debut novelist, who will be dancing in your mind for years to come.

Once I Started I Couldn’t Stop

Once I started, I couldn’t stop turning pages until the spirit of Madeline Starling had sung her full story. A novel about mothers and daughters, fathers and daughters, life and death, guilt and forgiveness all bonded together in love that defies the grave: family. Fabiaschi skillfully balances humor and heartache in this wonderful addition to women’s fiction. An irresistible read.

Sarah McCoy, New York Times and international bestselling author of The Mapmaker’s Children 

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Sarah McCoy, New York Times and international bestselling author of The Mapmaker’s Children 

Once I started, I couldn’t stop turning pages until the spirit of Madeline Starling had sung her full story. A novel about mothers and daughters, fathers and daughters, life and death, guilt and forgiveness all bonded together in love that defies the grave: family. Fabiaschi skillfully balances humor and heartache in this wonderful addition to women’s fiction. An irresistible read.

Absorbing as it is illuminating, and as witty as it is heartbreaking

I Liked My Life is as absorbing as it is illuminating, and as witty as it is heartbreaking. This is a candid portrait of family life stripped naked, leaving the reader vulnerable yet comforted in the knowledge that we are not alone. Each character is expertly drawn, each line of dialogue real and evocative, and the plot leaves you guessing until the end. I Liked My Life is unputdownable, and I can’t wait to see what Ms. Fabiaschi writes next as I will be first in line to read it.

Karen White New York Times and USA Today bestselling author

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Karen White New York Times and USA Today bestselling author

I Liked My Life is as absorbing as it is illuminating, and as witty as it is heartbreaking. This is a candid portrait of family life stripped naked, leaving the reader vulnerable yet comforted in the knowledge that we are not alone. Each character is expertly drawn, each line of dialogue real and evocative, and the plot leaves you guessing until the end. I Liked My Life is unputdownable, and I can’t wait to see what Ms. Fabiaschi writes next as I will be first in line to read it.

Vivid, gripping, and flat-out spectacular

So vivid, gripping, and flat-out spectacular that I actually dreamt about this novel the night after I read it…It’s that good. If you’re looking for a book to fall in love with, a book that will make you think and cry and feel hopeful, please pick up this one.

Sarah Pekkanen, international bestselling author

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Sarah Pekkanen, international bestselling author

So vivid, gripping, and flat-out spectacular that I actually dreamt about this novel the night after I read it…It’s that good. If you’re looking for a book to fall in love with, a book that will make you think and cry and feel hopeful, please pick up this one.

A Smart, Good-Hearted Story

Abby Fabiaschi’s irresistible voice drew me in from the start. I Liked My Life is the smart, good-hearted story of a family’s loss and healing that pushed me to think as often as it made me smile.

Eleanor Brown, New York Times and #1 international bestselling author of The Weird Sisters 

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Eleanor Brown, New York Times and #1 international bestselling author of The Weird Sisters 

Abby Fabiaschi’s irresistible voice drew me in from the start. I Liked My Life is the smart, good-hearted story of a family’s loss and healing that pushed me to think as often as it made me smile.

A compelling read

Abby Fabiaschi’s debut novel, I Liked My Life, is a rich, multi-layered story about family and the enormous power of love. A compelling read that challenges what we know about ourselves and the people who love us.

Mia King, National bestselling author

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Mia King, National bestselling author

Abby Fabiaschi’s debut novel, I Liked My Life, is a rich, multi-layered story about family and the enormous power of love. A compelling read that challenges what we know about ourselves and the people who love us.

An emotion-packed novel that keeps you guessing until the final

What happens when a woman who seemingly had it all ends her life? A reeling husband and daughter are left to pick up the pieces in this emotion-packed novel that keeps you guessing until the final, satisfying chapter. In her debut, Fabiaschi masterfully avoids overwrought sentimentality, digging to the heart of what matters in life, love, and death.

Colleen Oakley, author of Before I Go

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Colleen Oakley, author of Before I Go

What happens when a woman who seemingly had it all ends her life? A reeling husband and daughter are left to pick up the pieces in this emotion-packed novel that keeps you guessing until the final, satisfying chapter. In her debut, Fabiaschi masterfully avoids overwrought sentimentality, digging to the heart of what matters in life, love, and death.

A breathtaking debut

A breathtaking debut. Fabiaschi depicts the smudged line between life and death with a complexity that is both magnificent and tragic. Her story will find its place in your heart and live there.

Emily Liebert, bestselling author of Some Women 

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Emily Liebert, bestselling author of Some Women 

A breathtaking debut. Fabiaschi depicts the smudged line between life and death with a complexity that is both magnificent and tragic. Her story will find its place in your heart and live there.

You will fall in love with this unpredictable tale

Fans of Liane Moriarty will fall in love with this unpredictable tale!

Robin O’Bryant, New York Times best-selling author of Ketchup is a Vegetable & Other Lies Moms Tell Themselves

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Robin O’Bryant, New York Times best-selling author of Ketchup is a Vegetable & Other Lies Moms Tell Themselves

Fans of Liane Moriarty will fall in love with this unpredictable tale!

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