Away: a novel
The award-winning author of The Whirlpool returns with a seductive, powerful, and humorous novel of the lives of four generations of extraordinary women that "charts the restless weather of the human heart . . . the way the ancient Greeks mapped the constellations" (Washington Post).
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ZaraD.Garcia-Alvarez - LibraryThing
The body of this novel in its narration is as suspended as the pendulum movement of waves in a body of water, of which the book is gravitationally focused. It speaks of a history that dates back to ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mahallett - LibraryThing
co-winner trillium award shortlisted international dublin literary award liked the story but not the weird women. is she trying to be gabriel garcia what's his name? i was reading alistair macloud at the same time. preferred him because his women are more realistic. Read full review