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On Brassard's Farm : a novel

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In a radical departure from her urban life, Ann Turner buys a piece of remote Vermont land and sets up a tent home in deep forest. She's trying to escape an unending string of personal disasters in Boston; more, she desperately wants to leave behind a world she sees as increasingly defined by consumerism, hypocrisy, and division. As she writes in her journal, "There's got to be a more honest, less divided way to live." She soon learns she was mistaken in thinking a kindly Mother Earth would grant her wisdom and serenity in her new home.

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Record details

  • ISBN: 150479771X
  • ISBN: 9781504797719
  • ISBN: 9781982546465
  • ISBN: 1982546468
  • Physical Description: 375 pages ; 24 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Ashland, OR : Blackstone Publishing, 2018.

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Also issued as a trade paperback by Blackstone Publishing, 2019 (421 pages ; 22 cm).
Summary, etc.:
In a radical departure from her urban life, Ann Turner buys a piece of remote Vermont land and sets up a tent home in deep forest. She's trying to escape an unending string of personal disasters in Boston; more, she desperately wants to leave behind a world she sees as increasingly defined by consumerism, hypocrisy, and division. As she writes in her journal, "There's got to be a more honest, less divided way to live." She soon learns she was mistaken in thinking a kindly Mother Earth would grant her wisdom and serenity in her new home.
Subject: Farm life > Vermont > Fiction.
Vermont > Fiction.
Genre: Domestic fiction.


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