Keeping Time

 
 
University of Cincinnati Press
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  • Softcover
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  • 304 Seiten
978-1-946724-28-1 (ISBN)
 
A crumbling marriage. An ancient mystery. And a way to change the past . . .

When archaeologist Aaron Keeler finds himself transported eighteen years backward in time, he becomes swept up in a strangely illicit liaison with his younger wife. A brilliant musician, Violet is captivated by the attentive, "weathered" version of her husband. The Aaron she recently married--an American expat--has become distant, absorbed by his excavation of a prehistoric site at Kilmartin Glen on Scotland's west coast, where he will soon make the discovery that launches his career. As Aaron travels back and forth across the span of nearly two decades, with time passing in both worlds, he faces a threat to his revelatory dig, a crisis with the older Violet--mother of his two young children--and a sudden deterioration of his health. Meanwhile, Violet's musical performances take on a resonance related to the secrets the two are uncovering in both time frames. With their children and Aaron's lives at risk, he and Violet try to repair the damage before it's too late.
  • Englisch
  • USA
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
978-1-946724-28-1 (9781946724281)
Thomas Legendre is assistant professor at the University of Nottingham. He is the author of the novel The Burning, as well as Half Life, a play performed with the National Theatre of Scotland, and the radio drama Dream Repair, aired by BBC4.
"An intelligent and compelling novel. The story's concerns with the lure of the past and the tensions between past and present are beautifully echoed in Aaron and Violet's respective obsessions as archaeologist and musician, as well as in the dynamic between them as a couple. This complex exploration of time and the connections between worlds resonates beyond its reading."--Alison Moore, author of The Lighthouse

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