27 March, 2014
Review: Unforgotten by Tohby Riddle
There's a deep sense of history in Unforgotten, mixed into a dreamlike state for the angels to move through. Riddle has created a lovely mixed media rumination about caregiving. The message is portable to caregivers, parents or protestors. It is not easy to care for others, to work toward good. Self care suffers. The caregiver's needs can be invisible against the chaos and clamor of the needy. Eventually, we all need external care to move forward. A lovely but not essential book.