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Hot romance, blistering suspense in July

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Also by John Crowley:

Little, Big, October 2006
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Little, Big
John Crowley

William Morrow Paperbacks
October 2006
On Sale: October 17, 2006
538 pages
ISBN: 0061120057
EAN: 9780061120053
Paperback
$16.99
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Smokey Barnable of the great City suffered from a terrible case of anonymity before falling in love with the delicate giantess Daily Alice Drinkwater and finding himself part of a labyrinthine Tale. He will travel by foot to her home at Edgewood, a faerie-touched manse with whimsical proportions, and marry Daily Alice. What follows is a gorgeously rambling narrative. It's the story you would get if Charles Dickens had been asked to write a family drama about love, passing seasons, a clockwork model of the universe that seems to possess perpetual motion, the dark schemes of spirits, and the roles fate ordains for us.

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