Water in a Broken Glass by Odessa Rose

cover of the book Water in a Broken GlassWater in a Broken Glass by Odessa Rose
Genre: Fiction
Copyright Year: 1999
Published: 2003
Publisher: La Caille Nous
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Format: Trade Paperback
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No. of Pages: 252
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ISBN: 964763575
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A talented sculptor becomes the centerpiece of a love triangle with the man of her dreams, and the woman destined to become her reality. In Water in a Broken Glass, Odessa Rose paints a landscape where identities sculpted by art and narrow boundaries are put to the test of life and all of its possibilities. From Booklist African American sculptor Tonya has come a long way from her parents’ cramped basement where she tried to make sense of her feelings while working with only three modeling tools and one bag of clay per month. She now has a major one-woman show coming up, having worked for 10 years in a sculptor’s paradise, a bright third-floor studio only 20 minutes from her Baltimore home. She’s also in love at last, with Malcolm, a handsome CPA, and both sets of parents have met and are ready for grandbabies. Then memories of the high-school fascination/obsession she had for Meyoki, a tall, dark (though not as dark as Tonya) transfer student, resurface when she walks into a bookstore and meets a tall, very dark woman who mesmerizes her, eventually changing the direction of her life. Rose’s meditative insights into family closeness and loyalty and her exquisite sense of detail make this a promising debut and a strikingly unusual romance. Whitney Scott Copyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved
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