Out Like a Lion

wildMarch did not go out quietly at the Nichols Library.  Just in–an extra helping of fiction to close out the month.  Wildalone by Krassi Zourkova. a Princeton freshman is drawn into a love triangle with two enigmatic brothers.The Fifth Gospel by Ian Caldwell, “Erudite and a page-turner, it may change the way you look at religion and humanity,” The Illuminations by Andrew O’Hagan.  “A lean yet rich family story built of small and crucial moments in memories  across three generations.” The Lost Child by Caryl Phillips.  An imagined  account of youngHeathcliff’s life before  Wuthering Heights. The Precious One by Marisa De los Santos, A “captivating novel about friendship, family, second chances. West of Sunset by Stewartl O’Nan. A “rich, sometimes heartbreaking” novel of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s last years in Hollywood

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