Imagine Me Gone by Adam Haslett was a huge disappointment. After noticing the book’s popularity, I thought it would be of interest. Sadly, I found parts of the book well-done, but quit it midstream when it repeatedly and graphically described sexual encounters of the characters. Did they lend anything to the story about depression? I think not. Instead, they distracted from the main storyline which is a family of five who are contending with a father and son suffering from depression and the ways in which the rest of the family is effected.
I have other complaints about this book, but in my mind, it is not worth my effort to expound any further. I am sorry I wasted my time in the first place.