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Eben Adams is a young painter in Depression-era New York just looking to make a living. His work has thus far left influential art dealers unimpressed. Then Eben happens upon a young schoolgirl named Jennie in Central Park. Intrigued by her mystical quality and her knowledge of things that happened well before her time, Eben begins to sketch a portrait of the young girl. The drawing turns out to be the most emotional piece Eben has ever done, and he finally gets the boost in his career he's been seeking. But before he can finish the portrait, Jennie vanishes.
Saddened by the loss of his muse, he begins to scour the city for her, and when he does find her again, he is shocked to discover that she has aged several years since their last meeting. Who is this girl, and where did she come from?
This supernatural love story is a masterpiece of modern fantasy.
©2013 Robert Nathan (P)2013 Blackstone Audiobooks
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By Ann W. on 07-26-17

Excellently!

Often I find that a narrator does not capture my sense of a book. This narrator is is EXCEPTIONAL. Wonderful! Worth your money.

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By Lawrence Walter on 01-07-16

I loved the story.

I was intrigued and not disappointed. a very wonderful story throughout. I was not able to anticipate the next events. the ending, though sad, was fitting for the story. I highly recommend this for all ages.

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