Falling Under

Falling Under

Book - 2008
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A afearless, penetrating debuta (Tish Cohen, author of Town House) about a troubled artist who has painted herself into a corner After surviving a turbulent childhood, Mara Foster has finally gained independence and success as a painter. Now in her late twenties, she lives alone, still burdened by a troubled past involving a teenaged affair with an older man and the tragic loss of her college boyfriend. But when Mara meets Hugo, the walls she has built around herself begin to crumble. Despite herself, she starts to fall in love and realizes she must either confront her dark secrets or be consumed by them. And either way, she risks losing Hugo and her second chance at happiness. Written in spare, crisp prose and marked by wry humor, Falling Under is a gripping contemporary urban tale of human weakness, friendship, and hard-earned redemption.
Publisher: New York : Plume, c2008.
ISBN: 9780452289659
Characteristics: 356 p. ;,20 cm.


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