Yellowcake

Yellowcake
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Format E-Bok
Kopisperre Teknisk DRM
Filformat ePUB
Utgivelsesår 2008
Forlag HMH Books
Språk Engelsk
ISBN 9780547793702
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Om Yellowcake

For her acclaimed collection of stories, Red Ant House, Joyce Carol Oates hailed Ann Cummins as ';a master storyteller.' The San Francisco Chronicle called her ';startlingly original.' Now, in her debut novel, Cummins stakes claim to rich new literary territory with a story of straddling cultures and cheating fate in the American Southwest. Yellowcake introduces us to two unforgettable familiesone Navajo, one Anglosome thirty years after the closing of the uranium mill near which they once made their homes. When little Becky Atcitty shows up on the Mahoneys' doorstep all grown up, the past comes crashing in on Ryland and his lively brood. Becky, the daughter of one of the Navajo mill workers Ryland had supervised, is now involved in a group seeking damages for those harmed by the radioactive dust that contaminated their world. But Ryland wants no part of dredging up their pastor acknowledging his future. When his wife joins the cause, the messy, modern lives of this eclectic cast of characters collide once again, testing their mettle, stretching their faith, and reconnecting past and present in unexpected new ways. Finely crafted, deeply felt, and bursting with heartache and hilarity, Yellowcake is a moving story of how everyday people sort their way through life, with all its hidden hazards.


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