The Book of Ephesus

The Book of Ephesus

by Carolina Knight

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BN ID: 2940148452072
Publisher: Kith & Kiln Media, Inc.
Publication date: 09/09/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 443
File size: 415 KB

About the Author

A love song -- written with an orange crayon on a torn paper bag -- for a teenaged aunt whose heart had been broken. Carolina Knight was five-years-old when she penned her first public piece. Now comes her debut novel, The Book of Ephesus, a sweet and stirring tale of new love and old wounds. Knight is a southern girl raised on grits and good books. An English Professor by day, she spends her free time creating characters that remind of her the tiny town from which she hails. Attuned to the lilt and lingo of Piedmont sand and Georgia clay, her goal is to introduce blackberry picking and the smell of pipe tobacco to those who’ve never experienced it and to present it to those who miss it like she does. Her work is an exercise in inspiration, romance, and memory.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Book of Ephesus is beautifully written. Simultaneously clever and intelligent, and warm and approachable. A grown person's love story. A story of family and community, mistakes, corrections, good and evil. Carolina Knight transports us to a magical small town in rural North Carolina and paints a picture more interesting and complex than stereotypes suggest. I enjoyed this book so much that I'm buying it for friends and family for Christmas.