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At Piper's Point

At Piper's Point - Ethan Day Okay...I loved this. The dark queen laughed and frolicked reading this, remembering too many things along the way. It is a very emotional story dealing with loss--the kind that aches deep and doesn't leave you but hurts just as much 10 years later when you rub as it did at the time it happened. But it is funny--very funny and filled with optimism. Cassidy is a sweet, train wreck that manages to find his traction again returning to the one place he could be himself. Nate is standup and awesome. Cassidy's cohorts are eye-rolling hysterical and anyone would be lucky to have the crew. Sadie--well...everyone should have at least one Sadie in their lives.Words of wisdom (coming from a person who likes to medicate the "old-fashion" way) and Favorite quote:"I know this feeling too well. I need to maintain a certain level of intoxication if I have any hope of surviving this train wreck of a day.” --Day, Ethan (2010-07-27). At Piper's Point (Kindle Locations 2450-2451)