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The Death of All Things Seen

  • Couverture cartonnée
  • 336 Nombre de pages
Zusatztext 'An incredibly distinguished writer ... Collins has an extraordinary command of the English language. Some of the writi... Lire la suite
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Zusatztext 'An incredibly distinguished writer ... Collins has an extraordinary command of the English language. Some of the writing in The Death of All Things Seen is undeniably beautiful, and it's in these sections that this talent shines through' Irish Examiner . Informationen zum Autor Michael Collins was born in Limerick and educated in Ireland and the US, where he won an athletics scholarship to Notre Dame University. He divides his life between Dublin and a small town near Chicago. Running and writing are his twin passions. Klappentext A new title from the prize-winning Irish author, "The Death Of All Things Seen" is the story of two families living the American dream in a small town, but in the aftermath of a sudden and shocking death, they are forced to confront their guilty secrets... Zusammenfassung For Norman Price, in the midst of his own crisis, the financial crisis was a distraction signifying there were no longer any essential truths, no longer a beginning, middle, or end to events; a realization that eclipsed, among other things, the passing of his parents. Chicago, 2008. In the wake of cataclysmic events â both personal and international â Norman Price decides it's time for a new existence. But when a couple of bombshells are dropped onto his tentative new path, Norman's New Existence is suddenly threatened by past secrets. Michael Collins takes post 9/11 America as the background for a deeply moving novel about the fragility of humanity.

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Michael Collins was born in Limerick and educated in Ireland and the US, where he won an athletics scholarship to Notre Dame University. He divides his life between Dublin and a small town near Chicago. Running and writing are his twin passions.



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A new title from the prize-winning Irish author, "The Death Of All Things Seen" is the story of two families living the American dream in a small town, but in the aftermath of a sudden and shocking death, they are forced to confront their guilty secrets...



Résumé

For Norman Price, in the midst of his own crisis, the financial crisis was a distraction signifying there were no longer any essential truths, no longer a beginning, middle, or end to events; a realization that eclipsed, among other things, the passing of his parents.

Chicago, 2008. In the wake of cataclysmic events both personal and international Norman Price decides it's time for a new existence. But when a couple of bombshells are dropped onto his tentative new path, Norman's New Existence is suddenly threatened by past secrets.

Michael Collins takes post 9/11 America as the background for a deeply moving novel about the fragility of humanity.

Détails sur le produit

Titre: The Death of All Things Seen
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Code EAN: 9781784974961
ISBN: 978-1-78497-496-1
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Head of Zeus
Genre: Romans et récits
nombre de pages: 336
Poids: 235g
Taille: H197mm x B128mm x T22mm
Année: 2017