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The Man Who Turned Both Cheeks: Book summary and reviews of The Man Who Turned Both Cheeks by Gillian Royes
The Man Who Turned Both Cheeks Summary
Hopes for the impoverished village of Largo Bay come alive with the arrival of Joseph, estranged son of bar owner Eric. Janna, who has returned to the island, falls for Joseph's good looks and charm, but she isn't the only one with an eye for this mysterious man.
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"[A] strong sequel...Shad's idea of a hero ("he don't pull people down - he lifts them up") is demonstrated in many ways, small and large, in this sensitive, thought-provoking novel." - Publishers Weekly
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Gillian Royes was born in Kingston, Jamaica. She attended Colorado College and later went on to the University of Wisconsin and Emory University, where she earned a doctorate in American Studies. Royes is the author of The Goat Woman of Largo Bay, Business Is Good, and Sexcess: The New Gender Rules at Work. She lives in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
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