Paradise Gardens is a book of textures, a rich blending of theme and variation, touching both the mind and the heart. This powerful new novel explores the interwoven lives and emotions of four extraordinary men. Spanning ten years, the story moves from a quiet academic community in Oregon to the seductive glamour of Berlin.
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