Gone are the wild grasses and rolling meadows. Gone too are the towering trees—except in one last forest in a forgotten corner of the world. Until something totally unexpected, remarkable, and frightening happens: The forest begins to grow. And grow. And grow. Mother Nature is back with a vengeance and mankind’s very survival is at stake. Now a crusade of unlikely allies is venturing boldly into the heart of this dark and majestic world to learn its awesome secret—only to make the most breathtaking discovery of all.
A shimmering fantasy brimming with magic, fun, and adventure, Rumors of Spring is a true fable of our times—a novel alive with imagery and humor, lush with power and grace.
“A rare and marvelous tale.”—Los Angeles Daily News
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About Richard Grant
RICHARD GRANT was born in Norfolk in 1952, attended the University of Virginia, and served in the U.S. Coast Guard. He lives in Rockport, Maine, where he has been a contributing editor of Down East magazine, chaired the literature panel of the Maine… More about Richard Grant
Published by Spectra Feb 01, 1987| 464 Pages| 5-1/2 x 8-1/2| ISBN 9780553343694