Nunez, Sigrid

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What Are You Going Through

Deeply empathetic without being sentimental, this novel explores women’s lives, their choices, and how they support one another, particularly when they don’t have spouses or children or those relationships have become strained. Highly recommended for readers who favor emotional resonance over escapism during difficult times. [See Prepub Alert, 2/24/20.]

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The Friend

Pet lovers and book lovers will appreciate Nunez's pithy ruminations on writing, relationships, wrongful death, and, of course, the healing power of our four-legged friends. ["Literature nerds, creative writing students, and dog lovers will find this work delightful": LJ 12/17 review of the Riverhead hc.]
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The Friend

Literature nerds, creative writing students, and dog lovers will find this work delightful. Recommended for literary fiction collections.
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Sempre Susan

A skilled writer, Nunez brings an up-close perspective to this revealing yet compassionate memoir. Recommended for memoir enthusiasts and Sontag fans.
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Salvation City

When a flu pandemic wipes out most of the population, teenager Cole Vining is adopted by the pastor of a small evangelical community in southern Indiana...
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Salvation City

A good choice for all contemporary fiction readers. Fans of Cormac McCarthy's The Road will find similar themes of a near-future dystopia and the human capacity for redemption but wrapped in a lighter tone. For YA readers this could serve as an alternative to Pat Frank's Alas, Babylon or Walter M. Miller Jr.'s A Canticle for Leibowitz. Finally, fans of Robin Cook's and Michael Crichton's medical thrillers might appreciate this as a psychological examination of epidemic.

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