The Moonstoners

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Product Details

Price
$13.95
Publisher
Wiara Books
Publish Date
July 20, 2019
Pages
370
Dimensions
5.5 X 0.82 X 8.5 inches | 1.03 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780984030538
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About the Author

Barbara J. Dzikowski is the author of SEARCHING FOR LINCOLN'S GHOST, a 2013 Book Readers Appreciation Group medallion honoree. She received an undergraduate degree in philosophy and graduate degree in counseling from Indiana University, and those areas of study fueled her desire to create fiction that closely examines the human heart and its complex search for love and meaning. THE MOONSTONERS, the first in a family saga triology, is her second novel. A former counselor, she returned to her native Indiana after living on both U.S. coasts.

Reviews

"One cannot deny the real power of the book. Readers will be drawn into caring deeply about these terribly tortured characters and bracing for the next inevitable tragic turn ... a gripping family story for those strong enough for the emotional journey." - Kirkus Reviews

"Many novels attempt to capture the turbulent times and social sentiments of 1960s America, but The Moonstoners goes a notch above most in exploring an individual's quest for love in the shadow of changing social relationships. ... As Dzikowski's story deftly navigates both matters of the heart and questions of madness and redemption, the 1960s come to life ... The Moonstoners excels in marrying a sense of the times with a famiily's dire circumstances." -Midwest Book Review, D. Donovan, Sr. Reviewer

"The characters' respective woes pump out a steady stream of juicy episodes set against an equally dramatic backdrop of world-changing events." - Foreword Reviews

"Dzikowski has created an impressive number of three-dimensional main characters. The Moonstoners is the first of a projected trilogy, and readers will likely be eager to learn what becomes of everyone in ensuing volumes." -BlueInk Review