Summer of '69

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Product Details

Price
$16.99  $15.63
Publisher
Back Bay Books
Publish Date
Pages
448
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.0 X 1.3 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780316420006

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About the Author

Elin Hilderbrand was born on July 17, 1969 in Boston, Massachusetts. She has used her fifty years to write twenty-three novels and raise three children on Nantucket Island.

Reviews

"Superb...Hilderbrand hits all the right notes about life in a tightly knit family, and this crowd-pleaser is sure to satisfy both her fans and newcomers alike."--Publishers Weekly, starred review
"HIGH-DEMAND BACKSTORY: Hilderbrand's first foray into historical fiction will rouse curiosity in new readers as well as devotees of her annual summer smashes."--Susan Maguire, Booklist


"Hilderbrand's characters are utterly convincing and immediately draw us into their problems, from petty to grave...To use the parlance of the period, a highly relevant retrospective."
--Kirkus
"Misunderstandings, secrets, and wrong choices are revealed in this completely satisfying novel that is the beach read of the summer, sure to appeal to Hilderbrand's fans while earning her new readers. A must buy."--The Library Journal
"With vivid descriptions of the songs, fashions and other details of the era woven throughout, it's a true nostalgia trip."--AARP
"An engrossing tale of an iconic American summer"--People Magazine
"She presents another breezy yet gritty novel with Summer of '69... Simple, sassy, and continuously engaging, Summer of '69 fits neatly into the nostalgic reader's beach bag."--NPR
"Hilderbrand's books keep getting better and better."--Bookreporter
"The grande dame of beach reads...Hilderbrand shifts among characters with her usual ease, weaving a saga that will make you forget the dynamics of your own dysfunctional people as you crowd into a too-small vacation rental."--Liz Egan, New York Times Book Review
"Overall this novel is an entertaining bagatelle . . . There won't be a single transistor radio this summer on Singing Beach in Manchester-by-the-Sea, nor on Madaket Beach in Nantucket. But there almost certainly will be multiple copies of Summer of '69. It's this year's beach-reading cure for . . . the summertime blues."--The Boston Globe