Wide Blue Yonder
By (author) Jean Thompson
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Wide Blue Yonder by Jean Thompson
Book DescriptionIt is the summer of 1999, and something big and bad is coming to Springfield, Illinois, 'the place the Weather lived.' WIDE BLUE YONDER is a novel about weather in all its permutations, climatic, emotional, even metaphysical. Our guides through this season of blazing heat and fearsome storms comprise an unlikely quartet, each preparing in some measure for the end of the world. Uncle Harvey believes he is the Weather Channel's 'Local Forecast.' Yet even an arsenal of meteorological facts and figures can't stanch his existential fears. Harvey's niece, Josie, is fixed with a different predicament. She's seventeen with nowhere to go in the Land of Lincoln except into deep trouble. Josie's mother, Elaine, feigns cheerful efficiency, desperately masking a far more urgent quest. And then there's the loner Rolando, who hails from Los Angeles. A human storm system fueled by boundless rage, Rolando is on course to make Springfield the ground zero of his wrath. Newsweek's Jeff Giles memorably described Thompson's previous collection, WHO DO YOU LOVE, as 'a beautiful book, but a hell of a sad one' WIDE BLUE YONDER burns brighter, yet moves in the same mysterious ways.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780743229586
(203mm x 133mm x 25mm)
Imprint: Simon & Schuster International
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Publish Date: 17-Mar-2003
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
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"From the wolf in Little Red Riding Hood to the beauty asleep in her castle, "The Witch and Other Tales Retold" triumphantly brings the fairy tale into the modern age"--
Year We Left Home, Paperback / softback (February 2012)» View all books by Jean Thompson
A "New York Times" bestseller and a National Book Award finalist, "The Year We Left Home" chronicles the lives of the Erickson family as the children come of age in 1970's and '80's America.
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Author Biography - Jean Thompson
Jean Thompson is the author, most recently of WHO DO YOU LOVE: STORIES, a 1999 National Book Award finalist for fiction. A recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Guggenheim Foundations.
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