by Daphne Athas
This novel, about three school-aged sisters, originally published by Viking Press 20 years ago, was hailed by the critics, made Time magazine's "Ten Best Fiction List" in 1971, and won the Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction in 1972. A British edition by Chatto and Windus in 1972 was equally praised, as the following review excerpt attests: "As formulas for happiness go, there's a lot to be said for shared adversity; and if this can be enriched with a touch of group paranoia, so much the happie... more info>> (Published: 1971) Sir Walter Raleigh Award Winner, Time Magazine's "Ten Best Fiction List"
Words: 174000 - Reading Time: 497-696 min.
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