A riveting novel about fatal attraction between two young lovers entangled in time. In this fresh contribution to our cultural legacy from the Hoosier heartland, Meyer pitches protagonist David Henry, an earnest, regular guy, into the 19th century on a beam of light. David meets Mary, and falls in love with her and the era she belongs to. Although sensing the tragedy of the fact that they are separated by a hundred years, David and Mary are too much in love to say goodbye. Meyer's Stardust is about the tragedy of loss of a sense of community and what modern life has done to people.A few moments later he emerged with the cake, the candles burning brightly. He sang aquot;Happy ... aquot;you mustna#39;t tell anyone. Make the wish to yourself and keep it a secret, or it wona#39;t come true. ... She opened the box, knowing what it wasa a diamond engagement ring and matching, interlocking gold wedding band. Everyoneanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Kurt Meyer - 2002|