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Aguahega
Aguahega

Aguahega

a novel of Acadia National Park

FICTION

430 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Trade Paper, EPUB

Trade Paper, $14.99 (CA $19.99) (US $14.99)

Publication Date: April 2019

ISBN 9781625361363

Rights: WOR

K F Library (Apr 2019)

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Overview

A battle for control of a spectacular Maine island pits the Family Beal against itself, rich summer homeowners, and the national park service. This historical coming-of-age novel follows generations of the lobstering Beals of Aguahega Island—from the "landing place" of seagoing Native Americans to today's Acadia National Park (in the book called Norumbega National Park). Triumph and loss, dreams and exploitation pursue the Beals as a hidden way of life is exiled to the 21st Century.

Author Biography

The author has specialized recently in writing about our national parks, including two new books about Yellowstone. Searching for Bear Eyes: a Yellowstone Park mystery is published by the University of Montana Press. Taken by Bear in Yellowstone: more than a century of harrowing encounters between grizzlies and humans is nonfiction published by Lyons Press (Rowman & Littlefield). Snow's previous novel Night Waking sold more than a quarter million copies. Visit kathleensnowbooks.com.