The Drowning Season

The Drowning Season

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Upon turning eighteen, Esther the Black looks for a chance to escape from her hated and dying grandmother, Esther the White, who lives in seclusion on Long Island where each summer--during The Drowning Season--her son Philip tres to kill himself by walking into the ocean

Publisher: Dutton, 1979
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780525095774
0525095772
Branch Call Number: HOF

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Dec 24, 2011

The second novel by Alice Hoffman. Quite dark, but hauntingly beautiful storyline and characters. Hoffman makes what should be a very sad story into something mesmerising and memorable.

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