Property Of, the Drowning Season, Fortune's Daughter, and at Risk
Four Novels in One CollectioneBook - 2016
Discover four acclaimed early novels by the New York Times-bestselling author of The Marriage of Opposites and The Dovekeepers. One of today's most beloved authors of lyrical fiction with a touch of magic, Alice Hoffman boasts a body of work that has been praised by readers and critics from the very beginning. This collection includes her first novel, plus three more of her outstanding tales. Property Of: Hoffman's debut about teenage girls in mascara and leather and their attraction to local toughs. The Drowning Season intertwines the stories of two women named Esther: a granddaughter, who yearns to escape the Long Island shore and the coldness of the family matriarch; and her grandmother, who fled her abusive parents in Russia decades before. Fortune's Daughter: A New York Times Notable Book, this luminous novel of a restless young traveler and a fortune-teller with a secret is a tribute to the profound mysteries of motherhood and childbirth. At Risk is a New York Times bestseller that will leave few dry eyes. In 1980s America, a family copes with their daughter's terrifying AIDS diagnosis.
Publisher: [United States] : Open Road Media : Made available through hoopla, 2016.
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