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CROSSING CALIFORNIA

By: ADAM LANGER

Price: $9.00

Publisher: BERKLEY PUBLISHING GROUP:

Seller ID: IM371243

ISBN: 1573222747

Condition: GOOD CONDITION


Poignant, ambitious, and tremendously fun, "Crossing California" is the fiction discovery of the season-a novel about two generations of family and friendship in Chicago from November 1979 through January 1981. In 1979 California Avenue, in Chicago's West Rogers Park neighborhood, separates the upper-middle-class Jewish families from the mostly middle-class Jewish residents on the east of the divide. This by turns funny and heartbreaking first novel tells the story of three families and their teenage children living on either side of California, following their loves, heartaches, and frie... View more info

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CROSSING CALIFORNIA

By: ADAM LANGER

Price: $12.00

Publisher: BERKLEY PUBLISHING GROUP:

Seller ID: IM371244

ISBN: 1573222747

Condition: GOOD CONDITION


Poignant, ambitious, and tremendously fun, "Crossing California" is the fiction discovery of the season-a novel about two generations of family and friendship in Chicago from November 1979 through January 1981. In 1979 California Avenue, in Chicago's West Rogers Park neighborhood, separates the upper-middle-class Jewish families from the mostly middle-class Jewish residents on the east of the divide. This by turns funny and heartbreaking first novel tells the story of three families and their teenage children living on either side of California, following their loves, heartaches, and frie... View more info

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CROSSING CALIFORNIA

By: ADAM LANGER

Price: $7.00

Publisher: PENGUIN:

Seller ID: IM390339

ISBN: 1594480818

Condition: GOOD CONDITION


Set in Chicago's Jewish neighborhood of West Rogers Park, this is the story of three families--adults and children alike--coming of age during the tumultuous, turbulent days of the Iran hostage crisis. At the close of the 1970s, the Rovners, the Wasserstroms, and the Wills-Silvermans will have to shed their pasts to cross into that new, shining decade of hope: the 80s. View more info