Intricately weaving together the experiences of twelve characters, six of them children and one an autistic older adult, The Sepia Season combines pathos and humor to see them, each and all, through the joys and tragedies of twelve pivotal months. For sixty-three-year-old family matriarch Adele, the year's transitions are bittersweet-punctuating what might seem a graying-out season of life with experiences and realizations that infuse her spirit with gradations of color, warm sepia tones offering hope she never recognized she needed.
A unique and reflective novel that combines narrative material with touches of the devotional, The Sepia Season represents a genre of its own.
|Publisher:||Credo House Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.41(d)|
About the Author
A former editor in the Bible Department at HarperCollins Christian Publishing/Zondervan, Donna Huisjen has for several years enjoyed full-time writing and freelance editing, along with various volunteer activities. The single adoptive mother of three now grown daughters, she makes her home near Grand Rapids, Michigan.