Synopses & Reviews
This time it is Fenno who meets and captivates Fern, the same young woman who captivated his father in Greece ten years before. Now pregnant with a son of her own, Fern, like Fenno and Paul before him, must make peace with herpast to embrace her future. Elegantly detailed yet full of emotional suspense, often as comic as it is sad, "Three Junes" is a glorious triptych about how we learn to live, and live fully, beyond incurable grief and betrayals of the heart - how family ties, both those we're born into and those we make, can offer us redemption and joy.
Julia Glass depicts the life and loves of the McLeod family during three crucial summers spanning a decade. She shows how betrayals of the heart and family ties can offer redemption and joy.