Oddly Enough

Oddly Enough

by Sarah Wadsworth (2)

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Oddly Enough by Sarah Wadsworth (2)

Is twenty-something Lindsay Adams living the wrong life? Her struggle to answer this existential question plays out in this lyrical and funny modern twist on a classic tale.
Lindsay thought she knew how she should live her life – as one of the intelligentsia in the city of her birth -- but in the wake of 9/11 and her grandmother’s death, she suffers panic attacks. Deciding to drop out of graduate school in Washington, DC, and with a sense of urgency she follows her mother, a recent transplant herself, to the mountains of West Virginia. There she awakens, like Sleeping Beauty, to new possibilities.
Lindsay hasn’t quite broken up with her urbane, literate boyfriend, Juniper, but she begins having a secret affair with a sheltered, engaging, country-boy, Elliot. When she travels back to DC to sort through her grandmother’s belongings, she mulls over her many options while she wrestles with this central conundrum: What kind of life would feel as if it was genuinely her own? A life of urban sophistication on which she has already embarked with Juniper? Or the surprising, even shocking, choice to retreat to a life of simple, country pleasures embodied by her new romance with Elliot?
Oddly enough, she has no idea what to choose.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780989468312
Publisher: Mystery Bay Puslishing
Publication date: 11/15/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 234
File size: 788 KB

About the Author

Though born and raised in Washington, DC, Sarah Wadsworth now lives on a mountain side in West Virginia where, among other things, she gardens, tends animals and plays with her dogs and cats, Blue, Red, Ollie, Boris and Lucky, her children and their dogs, Rex, Gus, Avie, Delaware, Milo and Maybel. Her novel “Oddly Enough” was published in November, 2013 and her short story “If There Be Any Praise” was published in the 2002 Edition of ‘The Hudson Review’.

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