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by Rufus Juskus

eBook Blueprint ePub
Author: Rufus Juskus
Language: English
ISBN: 1588514358
ISBN13: 978-1588514356
Publisher: PublishAmerica (March 1, 2001)
Pages: 192
Category: Contemporary
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 116
Formats: docx azw rtf lrf
ePub file: 1177 kb
Fb2 file: 1705 kb

By (author) Rufus Juskus.

By (author) Rufus Juskus.

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Eddie Diamond’s wife, Ruthie, died six months ago, and he’s unable to see through the dark and gaping hole in his life. He grapples with memories of Ruthie, fighting despair and loneliness. With the help of Rosita, an unusual therapist, he breaks through, and is drawn to a new love, Donna. But his past continues to shadow him like an overcast sunrise. Only a drastic decision on his part, desperate and nearly fatal, makes it plain that life unfolds like some predestined plan, some foregone conclusion, some kind of cosmic blueprint.
How does someone let go of guilt and pain so that they can move forward with the living? Tough questions that many writers have addressed because it is a universal theme. In one of the best books that I have read dealing with loss, Blueprint is fresh, current, and incredibly astute. The emotions that carry the story caused me a great deal of introspection.
Eddie Diamond is trying to recover from the death of his wife. He wants to go forward and live, but he also does not. These sentiments are typical for a depressed and grieving person when they lose someone who is an integral part of their life. However, Rufus Juskus does not approach the process of grief in a morose way. Instead, his writing is light, breezy, sharp witted, and quick.
Eddie opens his world to an unusual therapist and to the readers. We see what it is like to be a postal worker, or to be suddenly single trying to fit in with old married friends. When Eddie does meet someone who touches his heart, we share the guilt and betrayal he feels toward his lost love.
While I am not a fan of a plethora of similes in a book, I have to make an exception for Blueprint. Descriptions dance, and shift like staccato in a fandango. There are so many examples that I would like to share but all I really can say is that this book is one that I will read again. I give it five golden stars.
Victoria Tarrani
Blueprint is a quick and snappy read, with oddball characters and a penetrating prose style that at times rings spectacularly. The book is about Eddie Diamond, whose wife has recently died, and Eddie has to find a way to get over it, as well as the struggles he has had with his father, before he can find love again. Eddie finds help along the way from a healer named Rosita, Rick his hippieish Woodstock-era friend, Candy the cat, and finally, from a beautiful character named Donna.
When Donna's ex, Jake, enters the scene, however, he's not at all interested in Eddie's angst, he just doesn't want anyone messing with what he thinks is his, and this begins a pathetic effort to keep Donna away from Eddie and to keep Eddie from finding his heart that ends for him in madcap disaster.
This book is a good read, with oddball characters and a prose style that really stands out and speaks with a plaintive poetic honestly that really impressed me.
Blueprint details the struggle of coping with the death of a loved one. Eddie Diamond has recently lost his wife, Ruthie, to a cancer battle and is trying to find a way out of his despair. He finds a healing strength in his therapist, Rosita, who helps him find his way through his inner darkness. Eddie meets a new love, Donna and the story unfolds into a gripping and heart-rending tale of healing and recovery.
Blueprint is a great read...I was thoroughly impressed.
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