Imagine suddenly becoming aware of a horrible incident; one so tragic that it’s been carefully hidden from public view for decades. Then, just as unexpectedly, you find a way to do something redemptive about it. For Sarita Wooten and her gathered collection of wise men, these dramatic excursions are life altering for both her and the many generations of innocent people she so sorely hopes to help.
“If you cannot transport yourself into the future,” she had once considered, “you will simply have to live your way there.”
Nancy Michelson: I’ll say again that each time I read one of your masterful works, I’m blown away by the breadth and depth of world knowledge, extensive vocabulary, and artistic weaving of literary devices. Your work is unique!
Jariya Wanapun - Penguin: Mr. Bove is a fine writer who creates rounded, sympathetic characters with a few sure strokes, and his novels all seem to suggest the magic found in everyday, human interactions. As a fellow reviewer said of his work, “modern American fiction too rarely exhibits such qualities and values.