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Meg Mogrin sells pricey houses, belongs to the mayor's inner circle, and knows more than she's letting on about her sister's death. Isaac Samson lives in a tent and believes Thomas Edison invented the Reagan presidency. When their town attracts a game-changing development, Isaac is displaced by the town's crackdown on vagrancy. As Isaac struggles to regain stability, Meg contends with conflicting roles of assisting the developer while serving on the homeless coalition. Isaac's quest to return a lost artifact soon intrudes into Meg's tidy world, digging up a part of her past she'd rather remained buried.
Publisher: Salt Lake City : Torrey House Press, 2016
ISBN: 9781937226671
Branch Call Number: FIC QUIMBY 2016
Characteristics: 320 pages ; 21 cm


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Jun 01, 2018

I enjoyed Monument Road so much that I had high expectations for this book. There are quirky characters but the real estate boom is so depressing to me that I decided I couldn't like any of the characters or spend any more time reading this book.
Monument Road also tackled a depressing topic but you really care and hope for the best for the folks that people that book. (helps if you like stories about rural living)


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