A Love Apart

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iUniverse, May 31, 2005 - Fiction
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'Informed by the classic and tragic love affair of Heloise and Abelard, "A Love Apart" presents in lyric language and intelligent characterization, the idea that a profound spiritual love is a force that will not be denied. Using reincarnation, magic realism, and a medium's prescience, the novel explores that most perplexing of ideas: what makes you fall in love with someone? The story of the past love as it pertains to the present is like a literary pentimento-time fades to reveal beneath the surface story the beautiful and tragic one written 800 years before. And in this modern time something fine and carefully crafted is salvaged from love's sorrow."-Gail Adams, author of "The Purchase of Order"'"A Love Apart" is an evocative and lush exploration of the internal and external landscapes of love and desire, in which the historical and contemporary intersect and intertwine in ways both surprising and intriguing."-Janice Eidus, author of "The Celibacy Club"Lily, a poet and Julian, a painter find themselves in 'no ordinary love affair." Their ensuing relationship weaves a timeless tapestry that both unravels the mystery of a tragic past and challenges them to understand a present passion filled with impossibility.

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User Review  - Cithara Patra - Goodreads

A very good, interesting book that weaves two people together and tells a remarkable story about love. I like how the author combined everything and gave a good picture of the main characters. I also ... Read full review

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