I Never Stopped by Elizabeth MitchellI Never Stopped by Elizabeth Mitchell

I Never Stopped

byElizabeth Mitchell

Paperback | December 21, 2018

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In her powerful debut magical realism novel, Elizabeth Mitchell crafts a story of palpable love and longing. With deft language that engages readers’ hearts, I Never Stopped explores grief, loss, and the many stages of healing.

Francesca’s partner–her everything–is dead. After eleven months of listless grief, Francesca leaves Sloane’s memory in San Francisco to visit Italy and her mother. Surrounded by fresh pasta, never-ending wine, and laughter, she finds moments of solace. When Francesca meets Cecelia–a complex love interest, she begins to picture a future without Sloane.

Unbeknownst to Francesca, Sloane can’t let go. Trapped in the mysterious afterlife of The Gray, she’s desperate to contact her love, but limited by forces she doesn’t understand. Though Francesca is so near Sloane can almost smell her hair, she’s always just out of reach. As Francesca’s wounds begin to heal in Italy, Sloane struggles with how her presence may affect Francesca’s tenuous new life. 

Can Francesca start a new life in Italy, and will Cecelia be a part of it? And what will become of Sloane?

Title:I Never StoppedFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:242 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.55 inShipping dimensions:8 × 5.25 × 0.55 inPublished:December 21, 2018Publisher:Elizabeth MitchellLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1949990524

ISBN - 13:9781949990522

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"Love, loss, and Italy. In this wonderfully romantic ghostly love story, Francesca works to heal herself from the loss of her girlfriend, Sloane, while Sloane tries to communicate with Francesca from the other side. A chilling and heartbreaking journey you won't forget." — Seattle Book Review "Elizabeth Mitchell's wistful prose is pitch perfect in this gentle tale... Through it all, you'll ache for Francesca and Sloane and their sweet yet tenacious connection. I recommend this book for anyone who loves love." – Debby Dodds, author of Amish Guys Don't Call