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Adam Silvera, Sarah Hall & Michelle Gable

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Tune in to the Monday, July 20, Literary New England Radio Show for an hour of book talk and giveaways featuring:

  • Adam Silvera on More Happy Than Not. Described as part Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and part Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, this YA novel tells the story of a Bronx, NY, teen in the near-future struggling over whether to undergo a 'memory-relief' procedure that will help stop him from being gay.
  • Sarah Hall on The Wolf Border. Set primarily in Britain's Lake District, it's the story of zoologist Rachel Caine, who's asked by the eccentric Earl of Annerdale to help reintroduce the Grey Wolf to the English countryside. The work will bring Rachel to the village where she grew up and where her aging, but estranged, mother still lives. It's a book that illuminates both our animal nature and humanity, as well as that explores sex, love, conflict and the desire to understand our existence.
  • Michelle Gable on A Paris Apartment. When April Vogt's boss at Sotheby's sends her to Paris to catalogue the items in an apartment that's been shuttered for the past 70 years, April discovers much more than the amazing riches and secrets of the woman who once lived there. With the help of a salty and sexy Parisian solicitor and the courtesan's diaries, April discovers her own desires, secrets and the choices she needs to make to live her life right.

Hosted by Cindy Wolfe Boynton. Listen and Tweet or email us to win each of these titles!

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