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The Path of Minor Planets (Paperback)

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Paperback 304 Pages / Published: 03/03/2011
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It's 1965, on a small island in the South Pacific, a group of astronomers gather to witness the passing of a comet, but when a young boy dies during a meteor shower, the lives of the scientists and their loved ones change in subtle yet profound ways. Andrew Sean Greer's remarkable and sweeping novel is an exploration into chances taken and lost, of love found and broken, and of time's gravitational pull on the lives of everyday and extraordinary people.

Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 9780571260232
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 314 g
Dimensions: 215 x 136 x 21 mm
Edition: Main


MEDIA REVIEWS
" One of the wisest, most compassionate novels about smart people' s emotional lives to come around in years." -- "San Francisco Chronicle Book Review"
" Greer pinpoints the ' tiny hidden madnesses in ordinary people' with unerring accuracy, and, in prose littered with sparks, makes palpable the longing for the celestial." -- "The New Yorker"
" [Greer' s] carefully crafted sentences can ring with ethereal beauty, and his metaphors are vivid and creative....Greer is a writer to watch; he has a literary style that' s worth wrapping around his sensitive perspective on the world." -- "The Boston Globe"

"One of the wisest, most compassionate novels about smart people's emotional lives to come around in years." -"San Francisco Chronicle Book Review"
"Greer pinpoints the 'tiny hidden madnesses in ordinary people' with unerring accuracy, and, in prose littered with sparks, makes palpable the longing for the celestial." -"The New Yorker"
"[Greer's] carefully crafted sentences can ring with ethereal beauty, and his metaphors are vivid and creative....Greer is a writer to watch; he has a literary style that's worth wrapping around his sensitive perspective on the world." -"The Boston Globe"

"One of the wisest, most compassionate novels about smart people's emotional lives to come around in years." --"San Francisco Chronicle Book Review"

"Greer pinpoints the 'tiny hidden madnesses in ordinary people' with unerring accuracy, and, in prose littered with sparks, makes palpable the longing for the celestial." --"The New Yorker"

"[Greer's] carefully crafted sentences can ring with ethereal beauty, and his metaphors are vivid and creative....Greer is a writer to watch; he has a literary style that's worth wrapping around his sensitive perspective on the world." --"The Boston Globe"

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