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Ghost Wife Michelle Dicinoski Has Found The Love Of Her Life And Now She Just Wants To Get Married And Live Happily Ever After The Only Problem Is, She S In Love With An American Woman, Heather, And Neither Australia Nor America Recognises Same Sex Marriage What To Do When Pride And Prejudice Love And The Law Collide For Michelle, The Answer Is Clear Go To Canada And Get Hitched There.This Is The Deep, Funny, Heartwarming And Brave Story Of That Trip Along The Way, Michelle Reflects On Why Anyone Would Want To Get Married Anyway, On The Power Of Acceptance, And On The Startling Ghost Stories In Her Family She Investigates The Hidden Worlds Of People Who Make Lives For Themselves Outside Social Norms, Sometimes Illegally Michelle Doesn T Want To Disappear, Not From Her Family And Not From Society But Living In Australia, Will She Always Be A Ghost Wife

  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Ghost Wife
  • Michelle Dicinoski
  • English
  • 26 January 2017
  • 186395595X

About the Author: Michelle Dicinoski

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10 thoughts on “Ghost Wife

  1. says:

    Beautifully written and I so related to the story I have a few same sex friends who are either ghost wives or grooms or not in a formal relationship because the laws of Australia won t let them It is so upsetting for them that their love and commitment isn t allowed or recognised in Australia My hope and prayers are that one day very soon this will change Michelle tells us about her marriage to her wife Heather This is an upbeat story of the facts the love the family reactions an Beautifully written and I so related to the story I have a few same sex friends who are either ghost wives or grooms or not in a formal relationship because the laws of Australia won t let them It is so upsetting for them that their love and commitment isn t allowed or recognised in Au...

  2. says:

    I cried, admittedly I m very hormonal today but even so, even so

  3. says:

    Everyone should stop what they re doing and immediately buy this book.Michelle and her partner Heather have to leave the country in order to marry They know that once they step outside the Canadian border their marriage will dissolve both in Michelle s homeland Australia and Heather s the US Michelle worries that this will make her a ghost wife , a wife that becomes invisible when the government and a lot of the people refuse to see the vali...

  4. says:

    I really liked this On the surface this is a story of a woman who travels to the other side of the globe to marry the woman she loves But really, Dicinoski weaves so muchinto her memoir family, visibility, history, the possibility that no matter where we begin, we can live grand, fabulous lives sometimes beyond our own imaginations Her writing is mostly conversational like she s telling me her story, sitting at the kitchen table with a pot of tea between us and then surprises wi I really liked this On the surface this is a story of a woman who travel...

  5. says:

    I was surprised at how moved I was by this book.I maybe, may have, possibly, teared up a bit when Dicinoski was talking to her grandfather in law while they were playing with the dreidel Yes, okay I have become a stupid girl who cries at things.I felt like the stories were hit and miss Sometimes Dicinoski made me feel so overwhelmed with love and sadness Other times I just felt nothing.I was surprised at how little I felt about her Japanese heritage My family is a total scramble I think ma I was surprised at how moved I was by this book.I maybe, may have, possibly, teared up a bit when Dicinoski was talking to her grandfather in law while they were playing with the dreidel Yes, okay I have become a stupid girl who cries at things.I felt like the stories were hit and miss Sometimes Dicinoski made me feel so overwhelmed with love and sadness Other times I just felt nothing.I was surprised at how little I felt about her Japanese heritage My family is a total scramble I think maybe that s probably why I don t see the author as different because she is 1 8th Japanese when, like many other Australians, my parents are immigrants with a whole heap of cra...

  6. says:

    I heartily recommend this book Disclosure Michelle is my cousin by marriage and I was honored to meet her several years ago Woven around the story of her wish to marry are stories of others whose lives she discovered in researching her family and her country while looking for other ghost wives Her story is touching without being cloying, brave and down to earth Ghost Wife is a book that young women who ar...

  7. says:

    I liked this book but I found the cover image really disconcerting Interlaced fingers Long fingernails Was I reading a lesbian love story memoir After recently reading Fingersmith by Sarah Waters, someone asked do all lesbian novels have images of fingers gloves on the cover To be fair, I was getting into this book when my much awaited Shantaram sequel, The Mountain Shadow arrived from the library I was seriously distracted I liked Dicinoski s writing, especially the line, Apart, she a I liked this book but I found the cover image really disconcerting Interlaced fingers Long fingernails Was I reading a lesbian love story memoir After recently reading Fingersmith by Sarah Waters, someone asked do all lesbian novels have images of fingers gloves on the cover To be fair, I was getting into this book when my much awaited Shantaram sequel, The Mountain Shadow arrived from the library I was seriously distracted I liked Dicinoski s writing, especially the line, Apart, she and I were great, together we were spectacular The story followed the couple s travels to America Canada to get married The theme of the book was the author s struggle with not being able to be married, or recognised as married in Australia, and to forever be a Ghost Wife This part did not resonate with me This is a purely personal thing I am all for same sex marriage but my own plans for a same sex marriage are so not on the radar, even though I...

  8. says:

    Dicinoski writes a great memoir that contrasts her family s history with her pursuit to legitimate at least in the eyes of the public her relationship with her life long partner and wife, Heather The story revolves around Dicinoski and Heather travelling to Canada from Australia to get married in part to celebrate their love and in part to spite the bigotted policies of Australia However, the narrative isthan just a let s ...

  9. says:

    This amazing book discovery comes at an interesting time as countries around the world make history for legalising same sex marriage As an Australian, I was disgusted at how our government has not only treated this issue in the past but as well as rewriting laws to pretty much outcast anyone Let s hope that changes very soon.So inspirational and makes me thankful at how lucky I am to have such supporting family and friends.Favorite quotes You don t notice it right away, but traces of what s This amazing book discovery comes at an interesting time as countries around t...

  10. says:

    Incredible, the story of Michelle Dicinoski, and her wife s journey to the one place where they can be married is a story of love, courage, identity, acceptance and discovery It s a journey over oceans and through the past, told with quiet adventure and grand intimacy The story is so gripping I finished the book in 2 days The author has an engaging voice that is easy to read and get lost in Then, at any given moment she will hit you with a single sentence, maybe a description of some mundane Incredible, the story of Michelle Dicinoski, and her wife s journey to the one place where they can be married is a story of love, courage, identity, acceptance and discovery It s a journey over oceans and through the past, tol...

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