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"I loved it." -- Sara
Nelson, as books editor of O, The Oprah Magazine
"Holy Moly, Mother of God. Ferociously honest and gorgeously written, Flood's
memoir is a fiercely tragic story of her search for her real father, her knotted relationship with her complicated mother
-- and her hard-won understanding of herself. About memory, love, loss and time, Flood's engrossing debut shines like mica
and is as polished as platinum." -- Caroline Leavitt, author of Cruel Beautiful World and The New York Times
best sellers Is This Tomorrow and Pictures of You.
"When I was 13 or so, the Vietnam War in full flower, reading Graham Greene's
The Quiet American let me appreciate fiction in a whole new way. Years later, Danielle Flood's riveting memoir-cum-mystery-story
has let me appreciate Greene and his novel -- and the intersections of fiction and nonfiction -- in new ways. Such a story!
And so beautifully told." -- Kurt Andersen, novelist, host of the public radio show Studio 360
"Every once in a while a memoir will
appear that has the power to stop us dead...This book relates the triumph of the indomitable human spirit in the most trying
of life's circumstances..." -- Jo Manning, biographer and novelist
"Extraordinary and spectacular...a story that connect powerfully and poignantly
with most of us." -- David Lawrence, Jr., international child advocate and former publisher of The Miami Herald
"...a work that will outlive us all:
compelling, acutely honest and profoundly moving, without being whiny or cruel. That's rare." -- Joe McGinniss, author,
The Selling of the President and others.
"The Unquiet Daughter is the true story of an exceptional woman. It takes
the reader on an amazing journey. Exotic, mysterious, exciting and romantic. Bravo Danielle Flood. It's a classic." --
Eliott Gould, Oscar-nominated actor and veteran of more than 150 movies and television shows.