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The classic Dubus novella—now available as an ebook

In the aftermath of two failed marriages, a Catholic family seeks salvation from within

 

Voices from the Moon opens amidst the fallout of Stowe family patriarch Greg’s divorce from his wife, Joan; and shortly after, that of their eldest son, Larry, from his wife, Brenda. On the verge of adolescence, young Richie Stowe grapples to make sense of these events and their consequences, and seeks solace in the church. As the family attempts to mend itself and move forward, its members are forced to reconcile their feelings of betrayal with their enduring love for one another.
 
Masterfully related from the alternating perspectives of its six main characters, Dubus’s richly drawn novella recounts a family’s failure to abide by those laws divined and decreed, and its path to redemption via understanding and forgiveness.
 
This ebook features an illustrated biography of Andre Dubus including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author’s estate.

 

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