The Great Night by Chris Adrian
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The Great Night Summary
On Midsummer Eve 2008, three people, each on the run from a failed relationship, become trapped in San Francisco's Buena Vista Park, the secret home of Titania, Oberon, and their court. On this night, something awful is happening in the faerie kingdom: in a fit of sadness over the end of her marriage, which broke up in the wake of the death of her adopted son, Titania has set loose an ancient menace, and the chaos that ensues will threaten the lives of immortals and mortals alike.
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"The book contains flashes of what makes this writer great, but he has better work in him." - Publishers Weekly
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Chris Adrian Author Biography
Chris Adrian was born in Washington, D.C. A graduate of the Iowa
Writers' Workshop, he is currently a medical student in Virginia. Part of
this novel first appeared in The New Yorker under the title 'Every
Night for a Thousand Years' and was subsequently collected in Best
American Short Stories 1998. His fiction has also appeared in The Paris
Review, Zoetrope, Ploughshares, and Story.
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