When a handsome, bookish boy from Seattle s pends the summer in her sleepy logging town, thirteen-year-old Raney’s world is turned upside down.
Decades later, an unidentified victim of a hit-and-run is airlifted to Dr. Charlotte Reese’s intensive care unit. In the fight to keep her patient stable, Charlotte finds herself consumed with questions of the woman’s identity. But when she enlists her journalist boyfriend to search for answers, their investigation leads them to heartrending truths about Jane Doe–and themselves.
Filled with intriguing medical detail and set in the breathtaking Pacific Northwest, Gemini is a vivid novel of moral complexity and emotional depth from the bestselling author of Oxygen and Healer.
(Story synopsis from paperback cover of Simon & Schuster edition; cover image from goodreads.com)
Gemini by Carol Cassella is the February book for the Pi Phi Pages book club (I actually did not read the January book 😦 ). I was once again very happy to set aside some of my nonfiction reading to read Gemini. This is actually the first novel of Cassella’s that I’ve read, but I am interested in reading more of her books because I enjoyed Gemini. Continue reading