Water Witches

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Product Details

Price
$40.00
Publisher
University Press of New England
Publish Date
Pages
351
Dimensions
5.82 X 1.17 X 8.86 inches | 1.4 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780874516876

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About the Author

CHRIS BOHJALIAN is author of the bestselling novel Midwives, as well as Trans-sister Radio. The Law of Similars, Past the Bleachers, Hangman, and A Killing in the Real World, in addition to numerous articles and reviews in publications such as the New York Times, Boston Globe, Reader's Digest, and Vermont Life. Past the Bleachers was filmed as a television movie by Hallmark.

Reviews

"A moving, life-affirming novel."--Alan Cheuse "Publishers Weekly"
"Bouyant and brilliant."--Alan Cheuse "Kirkus Reviews"
A moving, life-affirming novel. "Publishers Weekly""
Bouyant and brilliant. "Kirkus Reviews""
All Things Considered"
I was charmed by the mixture of country lore and planning boards, New Age witches and old-fashioned family duties, and I was glad that I read on to the novel's appealing conclusion, drenched as it is with abiding devotion and love. For anyone interested in the way we live with the land, on the land today, this novel makes for a thoughtful evening or two of entertaining reading. Alan Cheuse, All Things Considered"
A moving, life-affirming novel. Publishers Weekly"
Bohjalian has a fine hand with light, weather, the color and curve of the land . . . [he] has constructed an arresting drama . . . as welcome as rain on a parched garden. New York Newsday"
Bouyant and brilliant. Kirkus Reviews"
"A moving, life-affirming novel."--Publishers Weekly
"Bouyant and brilliant." --Kirkus Reviews
"I was charmed by the mixture of country lore and planning boards, New Age witches and old-fashioned family duties, and I was glad that I read on to the novel's appealing conclusion, drenched as it is with abiding devotion and love. For anyone interested in the way we live with the land, on the land today, this novel makes for a thoughtful evening or two of entertaining reading."--Alan Cheuse "All Things Considered"
"Bohjalian has a fine hand with light, weather, the color and curve of the land . . . [he] has constructed an arresting drama . . . as welcome as rain on a parched garden."--Alan Cheuse "New York Newsday"