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Rena, a Late Journey

by Eve La Salle Caram

Eve La Salle Caram has crafted a stunning journey across the century, offered to us in the powerful voice of Rena, her ninety-year-old character who, in healing her past, finds herself in a contemporary world of drugs and violence. A poignant tale that will remain in our minds well into the next millennium.

Maria Amparo Escandón, Author of Esperanza's Box of Saints

A lyrical telling of an ordinary but not uncomplicated life, the rhythms in Rena, A Late Journey, are magical and gentle; the losses and revelations gut wrenching. Caram's enchanting novel brings healing in the form of a friendship that sees no boundaries of color or age or passage of time, unity through shared memories and pain.

Louinn Lota, Arts and Education Writer, Associated Press

Praise for Eve LaSalle Caram's Earlier Fiction Dear Corpus Christi --

Wonderful and very touching.

John Rechy

. . . deep feelings for that place and its people come to us as truth . . .

Elizabeth Spencer

Wintershine --

A book of open detail and whirling bits of memory.

Small Press Review

. . . a delicate tale of childhood . . . that will bring tears of recognition.

L.A. Times Reader Review

Ibsn: 1-891386-20-1, 138 pages, $14.95


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