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Until Again: A Novella Set in the World of BLUE
     

Until Again: A Novella Set in the World of BLUE

by Lou Aronica
 

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Reviewers have called Lou Aronica’s novel BLUE “compelling,” “beautifully written,” “a story to remember and cherish,” and “one of those books that everyone should find a moment to read.” Readers have said it was “a great inspiration,” “I’ve never been more moved or inspired,” and

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Reviewers have called Lou Aronica’s novel BLUE “compelling,” “beautifully written,” “a story to remember and cherish,” and “one of those books that everyone should find a moment to read.” Readers have said it was “a great inspiration,” “I’ve never been more moved or inspired,” and “one of the best books I’ve read.” Now comes this prequel novella, a short work that provides the essential story behind the story.UNTIL AGAIN tells of a decidedly real-world event: the final weekend in the breakup of a marriage. For Chris Astor, the divorce is not something he wants, primarily because of the distance it will put between his ten-year-old daughter Becky and himself. Juxtaposed against this is a critical event in Tamarisk, the bedtime-story fantasy world that Chris and Becky created when Becky was much younger. Miea, the university-age princess of Tamarisk fears that her world has become a terribly dangerous place...but she could not possibly have imagined where that danger will lead her and the people she loves.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781611880984
Publisher:
Story Plant
Publication date:
09/10/2013
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
88
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.70(h) x 0.40(d)

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Meet the Author

Lou Aronica is a New York Times bestselling author of both nonfiction and fiction. His fiction includes the novels BLUE and DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (written with Julian Iragorri), as well as the novella UNTIL AGAIN. His nonfiction includes THE ELEMENT (written with Sir Ken Robinson) and THE CULTURE CODE (written with Clotaire Rapaille).

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