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Three Ways to Disappear - by Katy Yocom (Paperback)

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Number of Pages: 316

Genre: Fiction + Literature Genres

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Ashland Creek Press

Author: Katy Yocom

Language: English

Street Date: July 16, 2019
TCIN: 77894716
UPC: 9781618220837
Item Number (DPCI): 247-63-8963


"In Katy Yocom's immersive and multi-layered novel Three Ways to Disappear, Sarah and Quinn confront painful childhood truths and address their neglected sisterhood ... Authentic relationships drive the story. Indian regions and the conservation park themselves function as characters, along with tigers Machli and Akbar ... Three Ways to Disappear is informative [and] refreshingly complex ... " -- Foreword Reviews

"Set partly in India, in a tiger preserve, and partly in the middle-class America of Louisville, Katy Yocom's courageous novel Three Ways to Disappear brings us closer to our ancient kinship with the environment. Can there be not just a mystical connection but a net of shared dependencies among species? Whether in India or Kentucky, how does the traditional family unit both imprison and sustain its members? Yocom offers an exciting and suspenseful, high-stakes narrative in language both rich and precise. Her characters are as real as the person sitting next to you or looking at you in the mirror." -- Sena Jeter Naslund, author of Ahab's Wife; Abundance, a Novel of Marie Antoinette; and The Fountain of St. James Court, or Portrait of the Artist as an Old Woman

"Three Ways to Disappear begins with a focused lens on the endangered Bengal tiger then expands its reach with every page to reveal the interconnectedness of the natural world and fragility of all life. Weaving together the worn threads of ecological balance, this ambitious and moving novel addresses scarcity, climate change, family dynamics, cultural conflict, human accountability, women's economic autonomy, and most of all, love, in all its wondrous forms. This is a story not just about saving the tigers, but ourselves." -- JoeAnn Hart, author of Addled and Float

"What a fabulous ride! The characters--both human and tiger--are so alive they practically leap off the page. The drama feels absolutely real. And the urgency of the book's message has never been greater." -- Sy Montgomery, author of The Soul of an Octopus and The Good Good Pig

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