« Monday May 12, 2014 »
Start: 7:00 pm
Winner of the National Book Award for her very first novel, Three Junes, and the author of numerous reader and critical favorites since (I See You Everywhere, The Whole World Over), Julia Glass returns with her newest, And the Dark Sacred Night (Pantheon). “Glass explores the pain of family secrets, the importance of identity, and the ultimate meaning of family … Although Glass borrows characters from Three Junes, it is not necessary to have read that previous book to enjoy this lovely, highly readable, and thought-provoking novel.” – Booklist.
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