A Marriage Made at Woodstock: A Novel

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Sourcebooks, Inc., Dec 1, 2014 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Fred and Lorraine Stone met at the famous Woodstock music festival in upstate New York. And as all couples must, they grew up just not in the same direction. Now in their forties, Fred has become Frederick, a sell-out accountant whose last vestige of his free-wheeling years is a vegetarian diet. Meanwhile, Lorraine, who now goes by the name Chandra (Sanskrit for changeable), has morphed into a psychology teacher and animal rights activist.

When Chandra suddenly moves out, Frederick turns back to Woodstock, that magical time, for answers. Can he discover what went wrong and reclaim their summer of love? Or has marital harmony left them behind for good?

In A Marriage Made at Woodstock, Cathie Pelletier takes an honest and hilarious look at a marriage on the verge of dissolution-and how hard it can be to reconcile who we once were with who we have become.

 

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Frederick Stone, Woodstock hippie turned oblivious accountant, may have sold his marriage up the river when he sold out to yuppie greed in this exuberant latest from Pelletier (The Bubble Reputation ... Read full review

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Pelletier, author of The Bubble Reputation (LJ 4/1/93) and other contemporary novels set in Maine, here tells the story of Freddy and Lorraine Stone, who fell in love at the Woodstock music festival ... Read full review

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Thirteen
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Seventeen
The Survivors
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Cathie Pelletier was born and raised on the banks of the St. John River, at the end of the road in Northern Maine. She is the author of 11 other novels, including The Funeral Makers (NYTBR Notable Book), The Weight of Winter (winner of the New England Book Award) and Running the Bulls (winner of the Paterson Prize for Fiction). As K. C. McKinnon, she has written two novels, both of which became television films. After years of living in Nashville, Tennessee Toronto, Canada and Eastman, Quebec, she has returned to Allagash, Maine and the family homestead where she was born. She is at work on a new novel.

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