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Lincoln is in the midst of the Civil War and his youngest son has just died. Lost in his grief he comes to the graveyard to be with his son. As he opens the crypt and holds his son he is not alone for the inhabitants that are caught in the Bardo (the halfway place) are watching. The book is told in commentary from the key ghosts and their interactions with Willie, Lincoln's newly dead son. This is grief in its rawest form. We see a despondent Lincoln who can't let go and Willie, who can't move on because he knows he must wait for his father. Some of the neighboring spirits are hopeful, some are rude and some try to persuade Willie to move on. This is a story told in a very unusual and inventive form and reminded me of a Shakespeare tragedy.
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