Truth Like the Sun, Jim Lynch's great new book, is timely, compelling, and emotionally satisfying. In 1962, the city of Seattle is poised for the excitement of hosting the World's Fair, and the Space Needle is the crowning jewel of this event.
Truth Like the Sun, Jim Lynch's great new book, is timely, compelling, and emotionally satisfying. Young Roger Morgan is the so-called "King of the Fair," as he pushed the city's leaders and financial supporters to throw their weight behind it, and he allegedly designed the Space Needle on a cocktail napkin.
Truth Like the Sun (Vintage Contemporaries). The National Post (Canada) Whimsical, sensitive and full of heart. The sense of place the author creates is only possible through humility, a slowed-down attentiveness and sensitivity to nature
This book probably has the most meaning for you if you are a true native of Seattle. Truth Like the Sun Vintage Contemporaries. Издание: перепечатанное.
A classic and hugely entertaining political novel, the cat-and-mouse story of urban intrigue in Seattle both in 1962, when Seattle hosted the World's Fair, and in 2001, after its transformation in the Microsoft gold rush. This book probably has the most meaning for you if you are a true native of Seattle. If you're not, at best, it will give you the slimmest of glimpses into the Seattle of 1962 but it doesn't flesh out. Vintage Contemporaries, 2013.
Truth Like the Sun, Lynch's third novel, (its title quite appropriately based on one of Elvis . Northwest novelist Jim Lynch proves as steady a hand on books as boats The Oregonian, 2009-06-22 - Retrieved on 2010-06-25.
Truth Like the Sun, Lynch's third novel, (its title quite appropriately based on one of Elvis Presley's most celebrated quotes, namely "Truth is like the sun. You can shut it out for a time, but it ain't going away. was released in April 2012. Set in Seattle, during the 1962 World's Fair, a time when Presley and other celebrities, including Vice President Lyndon Johnson visited it as well as in 2001, the story involves the investigation of a city legend by an ambitious reporter. Jim Lynch at Random House, Inc. v. t.
When Truth Like the Sun isn’t at the 1962 fair, it is 2001. By then Helen is newly arrived in Seattle, working for The Post-Intelligencer and seeking to make her reputation
When Truth Like the Sun isn’t at the 1962 fair, it is 2001. By then Helen is newly arrived in Seattle, working for The Post-Intelligencer and seeking to make her reputation. She is the kind of reporter who will worm her way into a room in a nursing home to interview an unsuspecting old lady, Roger’s mother. That his mother is an Anglophile, loves having Roger read the Harry Potter books to her and confuses the Duke of Edinburgh with Dumbledore are just part of this novel’s unpredictable charm.
Truth Like the Sun book. As Jim Lynch writes in his taut and accomplished new novel, Truth Like the Sun, the Space Needle was meant to beckon newcomers to Seattle: Where better to start afresh? A whole new way of living in a city of things to come.
Truth like the sun, by Jim Lynch. Ist ed. p. cm. This is a Borzoi book.
Truth like the sun. by. Lynch, Jim, 1961-. Century 21 Exposition (1962 : Seattle, Wash. Century 21 Exposition, Century 21 Exposition (1962 : Seattle, Wash. Women journalists, Reporters and reporting, Mayors, Women journalists, Mayors, Reporters and reporting, Women journalists, Roman, Amerikanisches Englisch, Women journalists, Secrets. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
series Vintage Contemporaries.