Mona in three acts

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Hutchison, Michele, translator.
Seattle : AmazonCrossing, 2019.
Central - Adult Fiction  1 available


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399 pages ; 21 cm
1542005442, 9781542005449


"Mona's demanding mother ruled their home until a car crash took her life and changed their family forever. Left to tend to a distant father and a needy younger brother, Mona finds her new role almost too much to bear. And when a new stepmother, troubled and depressed, adds yet another crack to the family portrait, Mona's forced to shoulder an even greater share of the emotional burden. Somewhere between her responsibility to her family and to her own life, Mona finds a route of escape: in a theater career she craves. But for every challenge ahead--romantic, professional, sexual, and familial--Mona wonders how much of her future has already been defined by the challenges of her past. An emotional, funny, and universal novel about the people, experiences, and choices that make us who we are, Mona in Three Acts is a revelatory journey of a woman's self-discovery, forgiveness, and courage to finally speak her truth."

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APA Citation (style guide)

Beeck, G. O. d., & Hutchison, M. (2019). Mona in three acts . AmazonCrossing.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Beeck, Griet Op de, 1973- and Michele, Hutchison. 2019. Mona in Three Acts. Seattle: AmazonCrossing.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Beeck, Griet Op de, 1973- and Michele, Hutchison. Mona in Three Acts Seattle: AmazonCrossing, 2019.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Beeck, Griet Op de, and Michele Hutchison. Mona in Three Acts AmazonCrossing, 2019.

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