The art of floating : a novel / Kristin Bair O'Keeffe.
- ISBN: 9780425271483 (pbk.)
- ISBN: 042527148X (pbk.)
- Description: viii, 452 pages ; 21 cm
- Edition: Berkley trade paperback edition.
- Publisher: New York : Berkley Trade, 2014.
- 1 copy at NOBLE (All Libraries).
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0 current holds with 4 total copies.
|Library||Location||Call Number||Status||Due Date|
|Gloucester||Adult New Books||New FICTION/ Bair-O'Keeffe (Text to phone)||Checked out||11/03/2014|
|Phillips OWHL||Main Lobby New Fiction||FICTION B1721AR (Text to phone)||Checked out||10/24/2014|
|Salem||Adult Paperbacks||PB - FICTION - TRADE (Text to phone)||Available||-|
|Wakefield||Adult NEW Fiction (Front Lobby)||FICTION Bair O'Keeffe, K. (Text to phone)||Checked out||09/08/2014|
|General Note:|| Includes readers' guides.
|Summary:|| "At a time when nothing seems real, it takes something truly unusual to put your life into focus. When her beloved husband, Jackson, disappeared without a trace, popular novelist Sia Dane stopped writing, closed down her house, stuffed her heart into a cage, and started floating. It wasn't the normal response to heartache, but Sia rarely did things the normal way. Exactly one year, one month, and six days after Jackson's disappearance, Sia discovers a mysterious man on the beach. He's mute, unresponsive, and looks as if he has just walked out of the sea. It's the sort of situation Jackson would have solved with a simple call to the police. But Jackson is gone. As unreal as he seems, Sia is determined to help this man. Perhaps she can return him to his place in the world--to whoever lost him and loves him. Perhaps she can answer their questions the way no one could answer hers. As her friends and family help her winnow her way to the truth, Sia comes to realize that the unfathomable leap between sorrow and healing begins with a single step"-- Provided by publisher.
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