Synopses & Reviews
Kitty, Kieran, Lolly, and Aaron--the main characters of the previous two Pig Trilogy novels--would be expected to be living happily ever after at this point. But nothing is settled or as expected in Caldwell's new tragicomedy (of the kind that only the Irish can compose): Disappeared characters rematerialize, romances that seemed dead burst back to ardent life, and even Taddy and Brid, Castle Kissane's comely spirits, resolve themselves into much-longed-for conclusions.
And the pig who started it all by rooting up the bones of the past and tipping many lives topsy turvey eventually goes wee wee wee all the way to a very unexpected home.
"A triumphant conclusion to Caldwell's trilogy."
As this conclusion to the Pig Trilogy makes clear, "it ain't over till it's over"--in fact, nothing formerly resolved in the previous two works is settled. Not, at least, until a little pig goes wee wee wee all the way home.
About the Author
JOSEPH CALDWELL is a playwright and novelist who has been awarded the Rome Prize for Literature by the American Academy of Arts and Letters. He is the author of five novels in addition to the Pig Trilogy. He began writing the trilogy when he was a volunteer in a hospital during the AIDS epidemic. Realizing his work could get no darker, he had to lighten up. Caldwell lives in New York City.CHRIS PATTON began his career in stage performance but later found his true calling in voice over. In addition to his work narrating audiobooks, Chris has also voiced over 160 animated titles, and numerous national and regional commercials. He has appeared at over seventy-five pop culture conventions internationally to discuss his craft and interact with fans of his expansive fan base.