Reviewers ranging from the New York Times to Culturefly remark on her love of language, the implications of her intricate patterns and the unique structure of her writing.
The story loops back through the very different lives of two people, glimpsing each of them only when a comet is visible in the skies above. We see how their paths cross as they come closer and closer to this moment. Theirs are stories filled with love and hope and heartbreak, that show how strangers can be connected and ghosts can be real, and the world can be as lonely or as beautiful as the comets themselves.
Join us on Tuesday, March 28, 7:30 p.m., at Edinbane Community Hall. Be aware that parking is scarce, but there is plenty of space along the road. Admission is free to members and £5 for non-members. Memberships are available, please ask. Refreshments will be served. Everyone is welcome.
Teaser: Our April 25 meeting will incorporate our (hopefully painless) AGM. Then the evening takes a special turn with our Special Guest speaker, our old friend, Roger Hutchinson, who will be talking about his new book, ‘The Butcher, the Baker, the Candlestick-Maker: The Story of Britain through its census, since 1801’.
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