Second Nature

Second Nature

Book - 1994
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Baker & Taylor
When Robin Moore, a divorced mother of a teenaged son, brings an off-islander named Stephen to her island home, his presence transforms all who cross paths with him

Baker
& Taylor

When Robin Moore, a divorced mother of a teenaged son, brings an off-islander named Stephen to her island home, his presence transforms all who cross paths with him. By the author of Turtle Moon.

Publisher: New York : Putnam, 1994
Edition: First American edition
ISBN: 9780399139086
0399139087
Branch Call Number: FICTION HOFFM
Characteristics: 254 pages ; 24 cm

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pattyloucor67
Jun 12, 2013

This is one of Alice Hoffman's earlier works. The story of a man who has lived in the wild with wolves most of his life is compelling, especially as he tries to adapt to the life of an ordinary man. Robin, the gardener who rescues him, makes hard choices as she finds herself falling in love with him. A series of grizzly murders, animal and human, a life crisis involving Stuart, Robin's psychiatrist brother, and the subplots dealing with Ray (Robin's ex-husband) and her son Connor, weave a suspenseful story. I enjoyed the book very much and was compelled to finish it, resulting in two very late nights.

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