From The Pulitzer Prize Winning Richard Russo In His First Stand Alone Novel In A Decade Comes A New Revelation A Gripping Story About The Abiding Yet Complex Power Of FriendshipOne Beautiful September Day, Three Sixty Six Year Old Men Convene On Martha S Vineyard, Friends Ever Since Meeting In College Circa The Sixties They Couldn T Have Been Different Then, Or Even Today Lincoln S A Commercial Real Estate Broker, Teddy A Tiny Press Publisher, And Mickey A Musician Beyond His Rockin Age But Each Man Holds His Own Secrets, In Addition To The Monumental Mystery That None Of Them Has Ever Stopped Puzzling Over Since A Memorial Day Weekend Right Here On The Vineyard In 1971 Now, Forty Four Years Later, As This New Weekend Unfolds, Three Lives And That Of A Significant Other Are Displayed In Their Entirety While The Distant Past Confounds The Present Like A Relentless Squall Of Surprise And Discovery Shot Through With Russo S Trademark Comedy And Humanity, Chances Are. Also Introduces A New Level Of Suspense And Menace That Will Quicken The Reader S Heartbeat Throughout This Absorbing Saga Of How Friendship S Bonds Are Every Bit As Constricting And Rewarding As Those Of Family Or Any Other Community For Both Longtime Fans And Lucky Newcomers, Chances Are. Is A Stunning Demonstration Of A Highly Acclaimed Author Deepening And Expanding His Remarkable Achievement.
RICHARD RUSSO is the author of seven previous novels two collections of stories and Elsewhere, a memoir In 2002 he received the Pulitzer Prize for Empire Falls, which like Nobody s Fool was adapted to film, in a multiple award winning HBO miniseries.
- 320 pages
- Chances Are...
- Richard Russo
- 22 April 2017 Richard Russo