A Time to Cast Away Stones
Janet Magill’s brother has been shipped to Vietnam, and Aaron
Becker, her childhood sweetheart, might well be next. When Janet’s
parents banish her from the Berkeley protests to what they expect will
be a safe, idyllic springtime in Paris, she runs headlong into the 1968
May Revolution and falls in love with a secretive Czech dissident. Far
from the City of Light, Aaron makes plans to evade the draft and join
her, but loses contact as her "safe" year abroad turns into a dangerous
coming of age.
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A Time to Cast Away Stones won Honorable Mention for General Fiction in the 2012 San Francisco Book Festival, the 2012 Southern California Book Festival, the 2012/2013 Los Angeles Book Festival and the Great Northwest Book Festival. Congratulations to Elise Frances Miller!
A Time to Cast Away Stones made the front cover of Publishers Weekly!
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