Easter Island

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Dial Press, 2003 - 308 pages
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The centuries-old mysteries and haunting past of Easter Island become catalysts for the parallel quests of two young women, separated by sixty years of history--Elsa Pendleton, who travels to Easter Island with her anthropologist husband in 1913, and widowed American botanist Dr. Greer Faraday--as they confront discoveries about themselves and the people they love. A first novel.

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Very unusual story, which interweaves three separate narratives, concerning the mysterious isle of Rapa Nui. In alternating chapters, we first meet a 1912 group,setting off for anthropological ... Consulter l'avis complet

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Avis d'utilisateur  - Randall.Hansen - LibraryThing

Definitely enjoyed Strangers at the Feast more, but this novel, which tells the stories of three groups of people who come upon Easter Island during various time periods, is interesting, but it takes ... Consulter l'avis complet

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Jennifer Vanderbes is a graduate of Yale University and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. She was a McCreight Fellow in Fiction at the University of Wisconsin, and most recently was the Fellow in Creative Writing at Colgate University.

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