Now in paperback, the acclaimed first novel that movingly charts the intersection of two lives, two worlds -- the story of a fierce and untameable young girl, growing up "privileged" in a New England household darkened by her parents' epically unhappy marriage, and the Caribbean nanny who has left her own family a thousand miles behind to live among strangers. At the heart of this vibrant and emotionally searing novel is a tale of finding a sense of belonging in an unexpected place. Read more Read less. Previous page. Print length. Publication date.
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As Addy Abraham journeys to the Caribbean to attend the funeral of the woman who had once been her babysitter and who had transformed her life, she is forced to confront the lies, myths, and challenges that have made her adult life so barren. Read more Read less. Previous page. Brilliance Audio.
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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. As Addy Abraham journeys to the Caribbean to attend the funeral of the woman who had been her babysitter as a child and who had transformed her life, she is forced to confront the lies, myths, and challenges that have made her adult life so barren. A first novel.
As Styron's mournful but potent debut novel opens, Adelaide Abraham has just arrived on the fictional Caribbean island of St. Addy, as she's called, is attending the funeral of her childhood nanny, Lou—Louise Alfred—and she's staying not in a hotel, but with Lou's family. For, as becomes clear, Lou was Addy's family back when Addy was a disturbed and unruly child and her parents' marriage was breaking up.