Win a Copy of "Unsheltered" by Barbara Kingsolver
"In her latest novel, Kingsolver uses a dual narrative to tell the stories of two families experiencing the world, with its unimaginably large changes and small worries, 150 years apart. These two narratives play off of each other masterfully, as the author proves that no matter how things change, somehow, they always stay the same.
Perhaps the best part of the story is Kingsolver’s lyrical prose and the way it makes the reader stop to appreciate the depth a few words can hold."
Reviewed for you here by librarian Sarah. Publication date is set as October 16, 2018.
Want to Win this Book?
- Leave a comment below on Wednesday, Sept. 25, and share the name of your favorite book with dual narratives.
- Everyone who leaves a comment here, on Facebook OR Twitter will be entered into a random drawing (Library employees are not eligible). Please only enter in one place.
- The winner will be contacted by email on Thursday, Sept 26.
- The winner can pick up their prize at the Library location of their choice.
Win a Book Wednesdays takes place twice a month. Prize books are Advance Reader Copies (ARCs) of books that will be added to the Library collection within the next month, and can already be found in the Library catalog as "on order."
ARCs are uncorrected proofs given to the Library for review purposes only, and are not for sale.