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The Moon's Wife: A Hystery
The Moon's Wife A Hystery
Author: A. A. Attanasio
ISBN-13: 9780060177409
ISBN-10: 0060177403
Publication Date: 5/1993
Pages: 234
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Publisher: Harpercollins
Book Type: Hardcover
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A young bookkeeper in upstate New York, Sigrid Lindo is painfully aware thaqt her life has narrowed down to working a dull job and caring for her widowed mother, when she steps out on Tappan Down to hear the moon's velvet voice asking her to be his wife. It is a seduction Siggy will resist with all the stoic reason and practicality she has learned from her beloved father. But the mooon's gift of glamour is powerful and beyond her control./

Siggy subjects herself to psychiatric tests to discover the cuase of the sudden erotic awakening that has begun to color her everyday life. In a Manhattan clinic, a small brain anomaly is discovered. But the moon will not be denied. Determined to convince her of his reality, the man-in-the-moon takes up residence in the body of Daniel Schel, a handsome young poet with a dark and bloody past who becomes the moon-in-the-man.

A colorful and unusual fantasy novel.