The Loss Adjustor (2020)

The Loss Adjustor Aifric Campbell The Loss Adjustor Every Sunday Caro finds herself back in the place where it all began lured there by memory guilt and all the losses she cannot reconcile Constantly dwelling on the past she immerses herself in wor
  • Title: The Loss Adjustor
  • Author: Aifric Campbell
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  • Page: 437
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The Loss Adjustor Aifric Campbell Every Sunday, Caro finds herself back in the place where it all began, lured there by memory, guilt and all the losses she cannot reconcile Constantly dwelling on the past, she immerses herself in work, where long hours insulate her from the world For Caro, the present is two dimensional it is history that is loaded with colour and scent.Every Sunday, Caro finds herselfEvery Sunday, Caro finds herself back in the place where it all began, lured there by memory, guilt and all the losses she cannot reconcile Constantly dwelling on the past, she immerses herself in work, where long hours insulate her from the world For Caro, the present is two dimensional it is history that is loaded with colour and scent.Every Sunday, Caro finds herself back in the place where it all began, lured there by memory, guilt and all the losses she cannot reconcile Constantly dwelling on the past, she immerses herself in work, where long hours insulate her from the world For Caro, the present is two dimensional it is history that is loaded with colour and scent Sometimes she tries to get some perspective on those years, going over that terrible summer twenty years ago, when her band of three inseparable friends disintegrated forever Estelle died two weeks after her fifteenth birthday It was sudden, violent, shocking Afterwards, Cormac left and never returned Now she waits for release, which comes in the form of an unlikely alliance Aifric Campbell s second novel is filled with longing, for childhood and the liberating power of friendship.
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  1. Anne

    Aifric Campbell s The Loss Adjustor is a novel of characters, extremely absorbing and very well written characters that together make up this remarkable novel.Caro is a loss adjustor, she spends her life dealing with people who are grieving for lost possessions and lost loved ones It is clear that inside, Caro is grieving too she has suffered loss in her life and these losses have affected her whole life.Her beloved Father died when she was young and her Mother disappeared into a world of books [...]

  2. Teresa

    The Loss Adjustor is a beautifully written novel, its quietness and understated tone belie a great powerhouse of emotions such as passion, regret and how heavily the past weighs upon our shoulders.Caro Caroline Fraser spends her working life assessing the losses of others in her job as a loss adjustor Ironically she has never addressed the major losses in her own life, the sudden death of her father when she was twelve, the emotional loss of her mother who withdraws following her husband s death [...]

  3. Mary Lou

    Caro is 36 years old and a Loss Adjustor She has been unable to move on from the effect of childhood losses This book is as good as it gets in terms of structure, writing and so on.But perhaps because I had such high expectations of it having attended a talk given by her and been impressed by how very very interesting she is , I was a little little disappointed I think it was only because Caro has so little resiliance and there resulted such a waste of an existence I eagerly awaited her meeting [...]

  4. Marc

    Sometimes I feel that Aifric Campbell is making me work too hard as a reader This story doesn t come easy but the quality of her prose keeps me pinned to her story and, man, what an incredibly powerful punch she delivers After reading her On The Floor and Semantics of Murder I thought I would be ready for this one But, no Campbell got deep inside of me before I knew it and, like a girlfriend you know you should get away from she delivered something so real, so deep, so true that, in the end, I w [...]

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