By Conrad Aiken
Blomberg has enjoyed Noni for what feels like his entire lifestyles. He loves her like he loves the sundown, like he loves the air he breathes. yet appealing, unusual, impulsive Noni—who has spent years in a passionless marriage to 1 of Boston’s such a lot infamous swindlers—has just a couple of months to stay; her middle is ready to provide out.
prior to she dies, Noni begs Blom to finance a visit to Mexico, the place she will receive a brief divorce and marry the guy she loves. That guy isn't Blom, even if, yet Gil—an upstanding younger gentleman who's to grasp not anything of Noni’s situation. along with his personal middle aching, Blom arranges the money, and the trio heads south on a trip that may convey them nose to nose with the mysteries of lifestyles and death.
that includes a personality in keeping with the author’s buddy and protégé Malcolm Lowry, it is a deeply own and psychologically astute novel via a flexible author who was once the recipient of the Pulitzer and Bollingen Prizes for his poetry, between different literary honors.
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