As far back as she can remember, Codi Noline had felt an outsider in her hometown of Grace, Arizona. Her dispassionate father - 'an obelisk of disapproval' - had always kept Codi and her sister Hallie apart from most of the townspeople. But now Hallie is abroad and Codi, troubled and lost, is returning after a fifteen-year absence to confront ...
As far back as she can remember, Codi Noline had felt an outsider in her hometown of Grace, Arizona. Her dispassionate father - 'an obelisk of disapproval' - had always kept Codi and her sister Hallie apart from most of the townspeople. But now Hallie is abroad and Codi, troubled and lost, is returning after a fifteen-year absence to confront her past and face her ailing father. What Codi finds is a town threatened by a silent catastrophe, some startling clues to her own identity, and a man whose view of the world could change the course of her life. And what she learns about herself though experiences, dreams and conversations becomes an invaluable tool to unravelling the discontent - and the 'something' that has haunted her since childhood.
As New in As New dust jacket. 006016350X. Book and DJ New. DJ not price clipped ($21.95); Inscribed to "Carolyn, Sweet Dreams" and signed by Kingsolver, title page. A SMALL inked out name at the FEP; 342 pages; Signed by Author.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Inscribed by the Author. OFFICEWW-This regular size hard cover is inscribed by the AUTHOR "to Linda" and is nf with some edge wear in a NF DJ. orange w/purple lettering.
Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Signed by author. mild general shelfwear, very minor soiling & edgewear along bottom edge, Advance Reading Copy from Uncorrected Proofs in pictorial wrap. glue across bottom edge at spine (binding flaw), minor fading to spine. a very adequate reading copy that is square, with no tears or wrinkles. Inscribed by author on title page: "To Nancy, sweet dreams. Barbara Kingsolver."
Very Good. True First Edition with number line descending to 1. Signed by Barbara Kingsolver on dedication page at BookExpo 2002. Book is unread. Faint spotting to top edge of book block. In clean, unclipped dust jacket.
Publishers Weekly, 1991-07-19 Codi Noline, her self-confidence flagging after failures in med school and in a relationship, returns home to Grace, Ariz., where she renews a romance, comes to understand her father and worries about her sister, Hallie, who is helping farmers in Nicaragua. PW called this a ``well-nigh perfect novel, masterfully written, brimming with insight, humor and compassion.'' $40,000 ad/promo. (Aug.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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