The Floating City

By: Ball, Pamela

Price: $6.95

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good


More Info

In a hot Honolulu morning in 1895, a dead man washes up on a beach. Eva Hanson-fortune-teller, itinerant, a woman who has left her own troubled past behind-takes up the mystery of this body in a tale that takes us deeply into the turbulent politics of the Hawaiian Islands at their turning point. In poetic, luminous prose, Pamela Ball reveals a history that has been almost entirely hidden, both in recent fiction and in the history books: of the time when first the American missionaries, then the sugar fields, and finally the United States army transformed this landscape forever. Encompassing the experiences both of a rebellious, passionate woman and of the imprisoned Queen Lili'uoakalani whose fortune she foretold, "The Floating City" is a small masterpiece of depth and originality.

Title: The Floating City

Author Name: Ball, Pamela

Categories: General,

Publisher: Penguin Books: 1/1/2002

ISBN Number: 0142001872

ISBN Number 13: 9780142001875

Binding: PAPERBACK

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: Z0142001872Z2

Description: 0142001872 unmarked, light shelfwear-NICE