Man in the Blue Moon by Michael Morris
Man in the Blue Moon: Book summary and reviews of Man in the Blue Moon by Michael Morris
Man in the Blue Moon Summary
"Hes a gambler at best. A con artist at worst," her aunt had said of the handlebar-mustached man who snatched Ella Wallace away from her dreams of studying art in France. Eighteen years later, that man has disappeared, leaving Ella alone and struggling to support her three sons.
Man in the Blue Moon Reviews
"Starred Review. [A] magical and mesmerizing page-turner...Book clubs should devour this rich, carefully observed mix of characters, time, and place; Morris deserves to break out of the regional-writer box." - Publishers Weekly
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Man in the Blue Moon Reader Reviews
Rated of 5
Michael Morris is the author of the award winning novel, A Place Called Wiregrass, and Slow Way Home, named one of the best novels of the year by the Atlanta Journal Constitution and the St. Louis Dispatch. His novella, Live Like You Were Dying, was a finalist for the Southern Book Critics Circle Award. A native of rural Florida, he currently resides in Alabama.
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