SERENDIPITOUS WEDNESDAYS: WAITING FOR “SIRACUSA”

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Welcome to another Waiting on Wednesday event, hosted by Jill, at Breaking the Spine.

Every week, we search out upcoming book releases…and then gather around the blogosphere, sharing our thoughts and blurbs. Today’s spotlight is shining on Delia Ephron’s Siracusa, an electrifying novel about marriage and deceit from bestselling author Delia Ephron that follows two couples on vacation in Siracusa, a town on the coast of Sicily, where the secrets they have hidden from each other are exposed and relationships are unraveled.   Release Date:  July 12, 2016.

 

 

 

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Synopsis:  New Yorkers Michael, a famous writer, and Lizzie, a journalist, travel to Italy with their friends from Maine—Finn, his wife Taylor, and their daughter Snow. “From the beginning,” says Taylor, “it was a conspiracy for Lizzie and Finn to be together.” Told Rashomon-style in alternating points of view, the characters expose and stumble upon lies and infidelities past and present.  Snow, ten years old and precociously drawn into a far more adult drama, becomes the catalyst for catastrophe as the novel explores collusion and betrayal in marriage. With her inimitable psychological astuteness, and uncanny understanding of the human heart, Ephron delivers a powerful meditation on marriage, friendship, and the meaning of travel. Set on the sun-drenched coast of the Ionian Sea, Siracusa unfolds with the pacing of a psychological thriller and delivers an unexpected final act that none can see coming.

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I am a fan of all the Ephrons, so this book is one I’m very eager to get my hands on.  What are you sharing today?  Please comment and leave your links.

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34 thoughts on “SERENDIPITOUS WEDNESDAYS: WAITING FOR “SIRACUSA”

  1. Dani Chapman

    Siracusa sounds like an interesting book to read. I may suggest it to my sister. She is going on a three month bedrest this summer and is making a list of books to read.

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