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Paperback $16.00

Oct 01, 2001 | 368 Pages

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Oct 01, 2001 | 368 Pages

  • Paperback $16.00

    Oct 01, 2001 | 368 Pages

  • Ebook $12.99

    Oct 01, 2001 | 368 Pages

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Awards

Southern Book Award for Fiction WINNER

Praise

“Humphreys has always been a master of telling a larger story through a deceptively intimate narrative, and Rhoda’s tale, with its clear, distinct voice, is no exception.” The New Yorker

“A novel so compelling works a kind of magic, casting a spell. . . . She has distilled to a splendid coherence the complexities of history and the human heart.” —The Washington Post

“With fluid writing, nuanced characters, and a suspenseful pace, Humphreys blends historical romance with a meditation on the ambiguities of race and morality.” —Time

“Josephine Humphreys has always been a very, very, good novelist…with Nowhere Else on Earth…[she] has taken a quantum leapfrom very, very, good to extraordinary.” —The San Diego Union-Tribune

“Though I loved her three previous novels, Nowhere Else on Earth … the narrator, Rhoda Strong, belongs to the ages, a fabulous creation.” Pat Conroy

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