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New York Times Bestseller
The award-winning PostSecret project's most profound and stunning postcards to date
For the past three years Frank Warren has invited people of all backgrounds and nationalities to send him creatively decorated postcards bearing secrets they have never before revealed. He has shared these PostSecrets on his award-winning blog, www.PostSecret.com, in an internationally traveling art exhibit, and in three electrifying books: the bestselling PostSecret, My Secret, and The Secret Lives of Men and Women.
Now, in his most extraordinary book yet, Warren again delves into our collective confessions, presenting a never-before-seen selection of provocative and moving PostSecrets. A Lifetime of Secrets lays bare our private fears, hopes, regrets, and desires, from people as young as eight and as old as eighty. From painful admissions of infidelity to breathtaking revelations and endearing sentiments, Warren's latest collection will shock and move readers of every age, revealing secrets that have haunted their creators for a lifetime.
“A fascinating public airing of private thoughts. . . The range of efforts (meticulous, sloppy, artful, ponderous) will astound you.”
-– TIME.com, "50 Coolest Websites of 2005"
“Humanity at its finest . . . And because of it I am falling in love with the world again.”
-– A contributor on Postsecret.com
“Standing in the midst of all this naked shame, guilt, anger and, yes, hope, you’re suddenly not so alone.”
“[The postcards] are mini-works of art. All of them are riveting …”
“Warren has tapped something mystical.”
“Frank Warren gives the postcard unexpected lucency by reproducing hundreds of cards from an ongoing public art project … .”
-Los Angeles Times
“You’re bound to feel, after reading these things, something like a deity on the receiving end of the world’s prayers.”