The Post-War Dream by Mitch Cullin
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The Post-War Dream Summary
Hollis and Debra have settled into their golden years in a gated community outside of Tucson. Although they are devoted to each other, events that took place decades earlier have left Hollis with a deep-seated traumaand with a secret he has never been able to share with his wife. When Debra is diagnosed with cancer, she makes her husband a simple request "Tell me about us" which forces Hollis to revisit his past.
The Post-War Dream Reviews
"Cullin's brilliantly clear descriptions of both emotions and landscapes give this story a near-mystical feel as Hollis' life is shown to be far from ordinary." - Booklist.
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Mitch Cullin Author Biography
Mitch Cullin is the author of eight books, including A Slight Trick of the Mind, Tideland, and Branches, a novel-in-verse. He lives outside of Tokyo, Japan, where in addition to writing fiction he collaborates on various projects with the artist Peter I. Chang.
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