Golden State: A Novel

Golden State: A Novel

Michelle Richmond


Perfect for enthusiasts of Jodi Picoult, Jacquelyn Mitchard, and Anna Quindlen, Golden State is a strong, captivating new novel that explores the intricacies of marriage, kin, and the profound moments that form our lives.
 
health care professional Julie Walker has simply signed her divorce papers whilst she gets information that her more youthful sister, Heather, has long past into exertions. even though theirs is a strained dating, Julie units out for the health center to be at her sister's side--no effortless activity, because the streets of San Francisco have erupted into chaos. this present day is the day that Californians vote on even if to secede from the U.S.. this present day can also be the day that Julie will locate herself on the epicenter of a violent standoff during which she is compelled to ascertain either the promising and painful components of her past--her Southern youth; her romance along with her husband, Tom; her estrangement from Heather; and the shattering incident that resulted in her maximum heartbreak.
 
Infused with emotional intensity and poignancy, Golden State takes readers on a trip over the process a unmarried, unforgettable day--through a unprecedented panorama of affection, loss, and hope.
 
Praise for the novels of Michelle Richmond
 
"Highly urged [for fanatics of] authors like Jodi Picoult and Jacquelyn Mitchard."--Library magazine (starred review), on The 12 months of the Fog
 
"An clever, emotionally convincing tale."--The Boston Globe, on nobody You Know
 
"A paintings of fiction [that] increases our attractions to raised truths."--South Florida Sun-Sentinel, on Dream of the Blue Room
 
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