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|Posté le: Lun 26 Juin - 10:57 (2017) Sujet du message: The Edge Of Farallon Peter Skinner
What you don't see is what scares you.
Against the foggy rugged coast of Central California, two brothers and their niece struggle over the fate of their family’s land, the purpose of their lives, and the secrets that they harbor. Pitting each against the other, THE EDGE OF FARALLON is a wildly suspenseful, tightly woven tale of love and violence, transformation and disrepair, culminating in a final stunning act of human kindness. It is a story of place, of family, and of hope.”
From the author of WHITE BUFFALO and the widely acclaimed THE BELLS OF MOSES HENRY, based on his new play, THE EDGE OF FARALLON is a thrilling beautifully crafted novel set in the epic landscape of Big Sur, California.
"Climatic and beautiful." Tim Koch, theater director.
"I love this play." Carla Gugino, actress
“Reminiscent of a Tennessee Williams Southern gothic tale, haunting pasts and fierce ambitions... A poetic family drama with mercy, cruelty in high relief.” — Kirkus Reviews
"Skinner's work is a demanding one, exacting from the reader an intense participation in the mysteries that lie within. I had a marvelous time reading this exceptional, unique, and unforgettable novel. The Edge of Farallon is most highly recommended."
— Jack Magnus, Readers' Favorite
“The story is beautifully woven to paint pictures in your mind that you will not forget any time soon. Rugged, difficult, and devastatingly beautiful. I absolutely loved everything about this novel.” — Rabia Tanveer, Readers' Favorite (5 Star Review)
What people are saying about Peter Skinner's literary works:
"Peter Skinner has the gift of creating sentences that linger long after they’re read." Barbara Rich, DAILY PROGRESS
bound: 118 pages
publisher: Peter Skinner Books (March 29, 2017)
filesize: 632 KB