Evening

Evening

Large Print - 1999
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Blackwell North Amer
During a summer weekend on the coast of Maine, at the wedding of her best friend, Ann Grant fell in love. She was twenty-five. Forty years later - after three marriages and five children - Ann Lord finds herself in the dim claustrophobia of illness, careening between lucidity and delirium and only vaguely conscious of the friends and family parading by her bedside, when the memory of that weekend returns to her with the clarity and intensity of a fever-dream. Evening unfolds in the rushlight of that memory, as Ann relives those three vivid days on the New England coast, with motorboats buzzing and bands playing in the night, and the devastating tragedy that followed a spectacular wedding. Here, in the surge of hope and possibility that coursed through her at twenty-five - in a singular time of complete surrender - Ann discovers the highest point of her life.

Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Thorndike Press, 1999
ISBN: 9780786218912
0786218916
Branch Call Number: L FICTION MINOT
L FICTION MINOT
Characteristics: 350 p

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multcolib_heathere Mar 13, 2016

Unrequited love recalled in revealing flashbacks of a dying woman.

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