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The Promise of Stardust: Book summary and reviews of The Promise of Stardust by Priscille Sibley
The Promise of Stardust Summary
Matt Beaulieu was two years old the first time he held Elle McClure in his arms, seventeen when he first kissed her under a sky filled with shooting stars, and thirty-three when they wed. Now in their late thirties, the deeply devoted couple has everythingexcept the baby they've always wanted.
The Promise of Stardust Reviews
"Sibley does a wonderful job of exploring a complex and controversial moral issue, skillfully giving both sides of the story
. This is a gripping, thoughtful, heart-wrenching, and well-written debut that would be a great discussion vehicle for certain book groups." - Booklist
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Rated of 5
Priscille Sibley is a neonatal intensive care nurse who lives in New Jersey with her husband and three teenage sons. Her short fiction has appeared in MiPoesias and her poetry in The Shine Journal. She is a member of Backspace Writers Forum and Liberty State Fiction Writers. The Promise of Stardust is her first novel.
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