Brooks-Dalton, Lily

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The Light Pirate

Writing as if she too had lived alone in Florida’s mangrove swamps, fishing by night, sleeping through the heat of the day, Brooks-Dalton turns a devastating dystopian vision on its head in this redemptive tale by asking whether life is sustainable without human connection. This exquisite novel will appeal to a diverse group of readers, from fans of environmental writers Alan Weisman and Elizabeth Kolbert to admirers of Lydia Millet’s A Children’s Bible and Delia Owens’s hero Kya Clark.

Motorcycles I've Loved

This is a road trip book in the literal and figurative sense as the author takes readers on a scenic ride through the backcountry roads of being a woman in what is often considered a man's world. Ideal for readers who enjoyed the motorcycle sections of Robert M. Pirsig's cult classic Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance but could have done without the zen. [See Prepub Alert, 10/20/14.]

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