Jeremy is a child-like, painfully shy batchelor who has never left home. He lives on the third floor of his mother's boarding house and spends his days cutting up coloured paper to make mosaic sculptures - until the day his mother dies and the beautiful Mary Tell arrives to turn his world upside down.
From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Amateur Marriage and Digging to America.
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Review: Celestial NavigationUser Review - Ivan - Goodreads
FIRST LINE REVIEW: "My brother Jeremy is a thirty-eight-year-old bachelor who never did leave home." Never. Never ever... And that sets the stage for an achingly beautifully and typically quirky, very ... Read full review
Review: Celestial NavigationUser Review - Ron - Goodreads
It is about the difficulty of open emotional communication, the intensity of artistic inspiration, the isolation of an artistic and autistic savant, and the resilience and indefatigability of a woman ... Read full review