One Thing Stolen
Something is not right with Nadia Cara. While spending a year in Florence, Italy, she’s become a thief. She has secrets. And when she tries to speak, the words seem far away. Nadia finds herself trapped by her own obsessions and following the trail of an elusive Italian boy whom only she has seen. Can Nadia be rescued or will she simply lose herself altogether?
Set against the backdrop of a glimmering city, One Thing Stolen is an exploration of obsession, art and a rare neurological disorder. It is a celebration of language, beauty, imagination and the salvation of love.
Beth Kephart is the author of more than a dozen books, including the National Book Award finalist A Slant of Sun, as well as many critically acclaimed novels for young adults including House of Dance, Nothing but Ghosts, The Heart Is Not a Size, You Are My Only, Small Damages, and Going Over. In addition to being a National Book Award finalist, Kephart is a winner of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts fiction grant, a National Endowment for the Arts grant, a Leeway grant, a Pew Fellowships in the Arts grant, and the Speakeasy Poetry Prize, among other honors. Kepharts essays are frequently anthologized, she has judged numerous competitions, and she has taught workshops to all ages at many institutions. She also teaches advanced creative nonfiction at the University of Pennsylvania.
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publication Date||12 April 2016|