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'I am writing about my father in the past tense, and I cannot believe I am writing about my father in this past tense.'
In the first pages, she describes his sudden death in past imperfect tense, while later succumbing to past perfect tense. Later it is in present tense. It takes us through the aftermath of her father's death, the mourning period, waiting for flight during lockdown, and the funeral.
It is an account of a daughter's sorrow and also a love letter to the one who has gone. She wanted him back, to tell him how much she adored him.
Hard to rate it because it is author’s feelings and expression of grief. Beautifully written explaining grief in this pandemic, how sudden death can still surprise and hollow one out. It also talks about great father daughter and familial bond they shared. 4.5 stars.