An author who has received international critical acclaim for his exquisite prose, William Trevor saw his novel The Story of Lucy Gault short-listed for the prestigious Booker Prize. Love and Summer tells the tale of Ellie Dillahan, an orphan entered into a bleak future with the man she wed. As the story unfolds, Ellie's life is thrown into tumult by a fateful encounter with another man. "What other living writer could so regularly follow his own masterpieces . with another and another?"-New York Times Book Review
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by William Trevor
by William Lashner
by William Hauptman
by William Boyd
by William Gay
by William J. Cobb
by Will Ferguson
"Jim Norton captures the ache and longing that permeate William Trevor's marvelous new novel. Admittedly, he narrates a tad slowly, but that's all right, as nothing in the story moves fast. Don't let that deter you though. Trevor has written a timeless tale of love found, lost, and perhaps found again. Set in rural Ireland among farmers of few words and watchful shopkeepers, the story is sharp, sweet, and painfully perceptive. Norton uses just enough vocal variations for us to keep the characters straight and narrates in an accent subtly influenced by the Emerald Isle. His tone, at once gentle and solemn, would suit the recitation of a myth, which of course, this is. A.C.S. (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"
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