The Light from the Dark Side of the Moon

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Blank Slate Press
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6.25 X 9.25 X 1.0 inches | 1.25 pounds

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About the Author

Norman G. Gautreau: A native New Englander with a life-long love of the sea, Norman's first novel, Sea Room, won the prestigious Massachusetts Book Award for Fiction in 2003, was an "All-City-Reads" choice in several cities, and was a BookSense(R) selection. He has since written several more critically acclaimed, prize-winning novels. An avid reader, poet, sailor, runner, and cyclist, Norman lives outside Boston with his wife Susan and three cats.


"In this beautifully told story of war, heartache, and love, the tale of Henry Budge shines... It will bring both tears and laughter and will have readers hoping Henry is able to find what he is looking for." -- Elizabeth Creel, The US Review of Books
"Gautreau's haunting images of the simultaneous shining of moonlight on the different theaters of the war and the 'reflection from the dark side' are awe-inspiring." -- WAHEED RABBANI, Historial Novel Society
"This book is beautifully written, and has a story to tell... The Light from the Dark Side of the Moon is a must read. I trudged with Henry and Elodie up a mountain and down the other side. You can too. Worth every moment." -- Mary Ann Smyth, http: //
"The author effectively describes the horrors of war and the many French villages with sharp clarity, and the luminous prose succeeds in making the love story at the center of the narrative strong enough to withstand the chaos. An entertaining historical romance about courageous people." --Kirkus Reviews