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The Possibility of Lions - (Open Door) by Marta Maretich (Paperback)

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Number of Pages: 98

Genre: Fiction + Literature Genres

Sub-Genre: General

Series Title: Open Door

Format: Paperback

Publisher: GemmaMedia

Age Range: Teen

Author: Marta Maretich

Language: English

Street Date: August 12, 2016
TCIN: 77122725
UPC: 9781936846023
Item Number (DPCI): 247-47-3297

Description

The McCall family should be thrilled to be back in California, after what happened to them in Africa. Forced to flee their home in Nigeria by the violence of the Biafran Civil War, they turn up in a small town in the San Joaquin Valley, and everyone assumes they must be delighted to be back in their own country. But while life in the States may be safe, it's also foreign to this unlikely family of refugees. They dream of the day they'll return to their real home in Africa--a prospect that seems more remote as they watch the brutal progress of "their" war on television.

Fortunately, relief comes in the suave form of Anatole Hachette and Roland, his lion. Like the McCalls, Anatole has been thrown out of Africa. Unlike them, he has solved the problem of losing his native land. His plan is to recreate a piece of it in California by establishing a wild animal park, Safariland, on the dry plains outside of town. But will the cautious locals embrace the possibility of lions? And can two such different worlds really be brought together in one place?

Marta Maretich is a poet and fiction writer . Her work has appeared in The Harvard Review, The Georgia Review, The Jacaranda Review and Christopher Street . Marta was editor of The Berkeley Poetry Review and Whispering Campaign, a journal of arts and literature . She has been awarded artist residencies at Yaddo and Norton Island, Maine . Marta Maretich lives in London .

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