Monday, February 6, 2012

Follower Love Giveaway Hop



Blog hop sponsored by Kathy and Racheal.

The book for contest is May the Road Rise Up to Meet You by Peter Troy

May the Road Rise Up to Meet You: A Novel

Product Description: An engrossing, epic American drama told from four distinct perspectives, spanning the first major wave of Irish immigration to New York through the end of the Civil War.

Four unique voices; two parallel love stories; one sweeping novel rich in the history of nineteenth-century America. This remarkable debut draws from the great themes of literature—famine, war, love, and family—as it introduces four unforgettable characters. Ethan McOwen is an Irish immigrant whose endurance is tested in Brooklyn and the Five Points at the height of its urban destitution; he is among the first to join the famed Irish Brigade and becomes a celebrated war photographer. Marcella, a society girl from Spain, defies her father to become a passionate abolitionist. Mary and Micah are slaves of varying circumstances, who form an instant connection and embark on a tumultuous path to freedom.
     
All four lives unfold in two beautiful love stories, which eventually collide. Written in gorgeous language that subtly captures the diverse backgrounds of the characters, and interspersed with letters, journals, and dreams, this unforgettable story, rendered in cinematic detail, is about having faith in life's great meaning amidst its various tangles.


2 copies available.
It's a historical fiction.
Would it be AN historical fiction?
I always get confused with those "H" words.
Unless it's a swear word, I don't struggle quite so much. Flows far too easily.
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Then I wouldn't mind some comment love. Validate me even though I don't know how to qualify historical fiction. And sometimes slip out a *heck* or something. Or is it "an" heck?

9 comments:

Dina said...

I would go without the a or an. What the heck.

Kate {The Parchment Girl} said...

Great giveaway!

Amy said...

I saw that book in your IMM post and it called to me. Let it be destiny!

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Carl said...

I'd say an, an historical fiction, just so you know.

sparklejewelsp59@yahoo.com said...

love 2 win so i can read this sounds like a great read

Maryea said...

An historical and a heck. ;-)
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Cindy said...

I understand what your saying no matter how you say it.
Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.

dor said...

Thanks