Luna  Reissue by Sharon ButalaLuna  Reissue by Sharon Butala

Luna Reissue

bySharon Butala

Paperback | December 6, 1999

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Now in the attractive and popular new PerennialCanada format, Lunais bestselling author Sharon Butala’s second brilliant novel in her looselylinked trilogy that begins with The Gates of the Sun, and ends with TheFourth Archangel. Selling out its first printing within months when it wasfirst re-issued in 1994, this is a classic Sharon Butala novel.

Luna is the story of three prairie women at the crossroads of theirlives. Rhea, still strong and proud at 80, contemplates her death, and herpioneer life, the years of loneliness she endured, tears seeping from her bodywhile she kneaded her loaves of bread. Selena, Rhea’s niece, struggling tocome to terms with her teenaged daughter’s pregnancy, wonders if her way oflife is changing forever. And Diane, Selena’s sister, until now a womancloaked in the busy fabric of farming life suppers, chores and gardening, leavesfor the city on a search for freedom, for identity and for self. Each of them isinexorably a part of the vast prairie landscape, its seemingly spare geographyin reality as rich and varied as the inner lives of its inhabitants.

Luna resonates with our constant, passionate and often mysticalstruggle to love the land, conquer it, abandon it, and most of all, rediscoverourselves within it.

Sharon Butala, an award-winning and bestselling author, has been called ôone of this countryÆs true visionaries.ö The Perfection of the Morning remained on bestseller lists for over a year, winning awards and a nomination for the Governor GeneralÆs Award. Wild Stone Heart is her most recent work of non-fiction. She is the author, as we...
Title:Luna ReissueFormat:PaperbackDimensions:264 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.63 inPublished:December 6, 1999Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0006485405

ISBN - 13:9780006485407


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Still proud and robust at 80, Rhea considers her death, pioneer life and lonely years. Her niece, Selena, struggles to deal with her teenage daughter's pregnancy and wonders if her lifestyle is forever altered. Selena's sister Diane has led a farming life of suppers, chores and gardening until now, as she seeks the freedom of the city, searching for her identity. Each of these three prairie women is at a turning point in her life. Sharon Butala's insightful, inspiring Luna explores the vast, rich and varied prairie landscape and the fascinating inner lives of its people.