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Told from alternating viewpoints, Bone Gap perfectly melds elements of fairy tales, myths, gothic romance, and magic realism into the story of Finn, who lives in a town with gaps in the very fabric of time and place.
Sedgwick connects four seemingly disparate stories, each of which feature a character haunted by the ever-present shape of a spiral. Spanning time, space, and genre, each story raises powerful questions about human nature.
In 1937 East Texas, Mexican American Naomi and African American Wash begin a bittersweet romance. Perez's beautifully crafted novel is a moving portrayal of both powerful love and a period marked by oppressive, destructive racism.