Us by Michael Kimball
“Be warned: this book has the power to make even the most hard-hearted of readers shed a tear. Kimball has broken into new territory: Us is one of the most graphic depictions of illness and loss I have ever read.”
-The Glasgow Herald
"Michael Kimball is a hero of contemporary fiction." —Sam Lipsyte
A husband wakes up to find his wife has had a seizure during the night. His wife is rushed to a hospital where she lies in a coma. By day, the husband sits beside his wife and tries to think of ways to wake her up. The husband sleeps in the chair next to his wife's bedside dreaming that she will wake up. He wants to be able to take her back home.
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