Looking Glass Lives: A Novel
One of the most enduring and versatile writers of gay literature returns with a new and surprising novel. Bestselling author Felice Picano has crafted a startling and haunting story spanning two centuries in a small seaside town. Amity Pritchard, her sister Constance, and Captain Eugene Calder endure anguished love and death at the end of the nineteenth century, only to emerge again as Roger Lynch, his wife Karen, and the dangerously captivating Chas, who alternately love and torment each other in the world of today. Permanently entwined, yet fluid in gender and sexuality, these three souls emerge and reemerge throughout history, drawn to one another by shared passion, but incapable of altering their shared destiny. Looking Glass Lives is a remarkable and irresistible combination of reincarnation, romance, tragedy, and redemption.
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