A riveting novel about fatal attraction between two young lovers entangled in time. In this fresh contribution to our cultural legacy from the Hoosier heartland, protagonist David Henry, through a combination of technology and serendipity, steps back in time more than a hundred years.
David falls in love with Mary and the era she belongs to. Although sensing the tragedy of the fact that they are separated by a hundred years, David and Mary are too much in love to say goodbye.
Stardust offers a thought-provoking look at the dramatic changes in attitudes, morals and values that come with technology, advancement and growth while proving that regardless of the time period in which we live, love transcends time.
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Stardust examines the effects of cultural and technological changes to life in small-town America during the past century. One of the many underlying themes of such change is that most places in America are losing their sense of place. So, Stardust is written with a strong sense of place - Indiana.About the Author:
Kurt Meyer is a teacher and realtor, specializing in historic properties. He is a former columnist for the Noblesville Daily Ledger and his work appears regularly in NUVO Newsweekly and The Noblesville Times. Kurt and his wife, Greta, have three children.
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Book Description Bookpartners, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111581510578
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