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Every visible thing: A novel

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Publisher:
William Morrow,
Pub. Date:
[2006]
Edition:
1st ed.
Language:
English
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Five years ago the eldest Furey son, Hugh, ran off into the night and never returned. His parents, estranged by grief, are trying to put the tragedy behind them after a long, exhausting, and fruitless search. His mother, recovering from an emotional breakdown, has lost herself in a new career; Hugh's father, having abandoned his faith and his position as a theology professor, now cares halfheartedly for their two remaining children. Left more or less to fend for themselves, ten-year-old Owen and fifteen-year-old Lena struggle to hold on to their brother's memory — an increasingly self-destructive obsession that gives rise to angel fantasies, drug use, quixotic quests, and dangerous experimentation that will ultimately force a damaged family to confront its past and find a future.
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Grouping LanguageEnglish (eng)
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ils:.b26584256BookBooks1st ed.EnglishWilliam Morrow, [2006]xii, 306 pages ; 24 cm.
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subject_facetDomestic fiction
Electronic books
Fiction
Literature
Missing children -- Fiction
Separation (Psychology) -- Fiction
Teenage girls -- Fiction
title_displayEvery visible thing
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Every visible thing [electronic resource] : A novel. Lisa Carey
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Fiction
Literature
Missing children
Separation (Psychology)
Teenage girls