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The Tumble Inn

William Loizeaux

Paper $19.95    |    978-0-8156-1042-7    |    2014

ebook 978-0-8156-5303-5


General Fiction Honorable Mention in the New England Book Festival

"In this moving novel, Mark Finley, our narrator, attempts to reconcile the pull of a place and the pull of an anguished heart. Loizeaux is a writer of profound insight and empathy."—Ron Rash, author of Serena: A Novel

"This powerful novel is not just about its characters. It’s about something more. It evolves into a story about life itself, about how to balance in the storms, about the unpredictable and unrepeatable circumstances of a life lived fully and well in spite of our will, in spite of our plans. As with all of William Loizeaux’s work, this novel is written from the heart, deeply moving and memorable."—Robert Bausch, author of A Hole in the Earth

Praise for Loizeaux’s Anna: A Daughter’s Life . . .
"Powerful . . . this is honest writing . . . that allows for humor, and that tracks the process of becoming a parent and the process of bereavement with extraordinary precision."—New York Times Book Review

"Stunningly clear-eyed and lyrical . . . the economy and beauty of his words give this book a kind of illuminating grace."—Washington Post Book World

  The Tumble Inn

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William Loizeaux   William Loizeaux is writer-in-residence in the Department of English at Boston University. In addition to essays and stories, Loizeaux has published two novels for children and two memoirs. His memoir Anna: A Daughter’s Life was a New York Times Notable Book. Read more about The Tumble Inn at William Loizeaux’s website.

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6 x 9, 176 pages

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