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8 edition of Maybe the Moon found in the catalog.

Maybe the Moon

A Novel

by Armistead Maupin

  • 346 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Harper Perennial .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Modern fiction,
  • Fiction - General,
  • Fiction,
  • Gay,
  • Fiction / General,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9239372M
    ISBN 100060924349
    ISBN 109780060924348
    OCLC/WorldCa28896998

    "Maybe the Moon" is the audaciously original chronicle of Cadence Roth-- Hollywood actress, singer, iconoclast and former "Guiness Book" record holder as the world's shortest woman. All of 31 inches tall, Cady is a true survivor in a town where-- as she says-- "you can die of encouragement.".   Maybe the Moon, Armistead Maupin's first novel since ending his bestselling Tales of the City series, is the audaciously original chronicle of Cadence Roth -- Hollywood actress, singer, iconoclast and former Guinness Book of Records holder as the world's shortest woman/5(3K).

    Read Chapter 39 - Maybe from the story The Sea of Ice (Sun and Moon Book 2) by Literacy (Eon, Queen of Epicury) with 2, reads. zuko, ice, allia. Reviews:   Maybe it's because this is the final book McMurtry said he is going to write in the LD saga but that tone of finality is there. Especially with Buffalo Hump and Kicking Wolf I thought. I recommend this book and this series to anyone who likes westerns, love stories, grand adventures, great action, funny and poignant dialouge and another trip 5/5(5).

      Ha e read every book and regretted spending the time on the last My fault for expecting more. Just incredibly bad. weapons and all sorts of movement, there was something missing from Blue Moon that other Reacher books had. Maybe it was the characters - or not. Can’t put a finger on it as it was over before I knew it. More by Lee 4/5(4). Book Two in the USA Today best-selling Sunset Cove series. "Second chances, old flames, and startling new revelations combine to form a story filled with faith, trial, forgiveness, and redemption. Crack the cover and step in, but beware - Mermaid Moon is harboring secrets that will keep you guessing.".


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All of 31 inches tall, Cady is a true survivor in a town where -- as she says -- "you can die of encouragement.". About the Book. Maybe the Moon tells the story of Eric, a little boy who loves his life in his forest home with his animal friends for company.

When he moves to the city, he sets about searching for happiness in a strange new environment. Eric's journey shows him that whatever the differences between people and places, we are all united and are never alone when we share the same moon.

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As clear-eyed as it is charming, Maybe the Moon is a modern parable about the mythology of the movies and the toll it exacts from its participants on both sides of the screen. It is a work that speaks to the resilience of the human spirit from a perspective rarely found in literature. ‎Maybe the Moon, Armistead Maupin's first novel since ending his bestselling Tales of the City series, is the audaciously original chronicle of Cadence Roth -- Hollywood actress, singer, iconoclast and former Guiness Book record holder as the world's shortest woman.

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‘Maybe the Moon’ is a dazzling picture book debut from Frances Ives, and winner of the LOM Art Prize. It tells the story of a boy called Eric as he moves from the countryside to the city, far away from the wild, carefree life he lived in the forest with his mother and animal friends.

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Maybe the Moon, Armistead Maupin's first novel since ending his bestselling Tales of the City series, is the audaciously original chronicle of Cadence Roth -- Hollywood actress, singer, iconoclast and former Guiness Book record holder as the world's shortest woman/5(19).

Maybe the Moon tells the story of Eric, a little boy who loves his life in his forest home with his animal friends for company. When he moves to the city, he sets about searching for happiness in a strange new environment. Eric's journey shows him that whatever the differences between people and places, we are all united and are never alone when we share the same moon.

'Maybe the Moon will disappoint only the envious. Rich, moving, sexy and funny, it also has a pleasingly angry streak' -- Patrick Gale * Daily Telegraph * 'A consummate entertainer.

Maybe the Moon, Armistead Maupin's first novel since ending his bestselling Tales of the City series, is the audaciously original chronicle of Cadence Roth -- Hollywood actress, singer, iconoclast and former Guinness Book of Records holder as the world's shortest woman.

All of 31 inches tall, Cady is a true survivor in a town where -- as she says -- 'you can die of encouragement'. Maybe the Moon subtly shows friendship in its many different forms, a hand held between a mother and child, the quiet companionship of a pet and time spent simply playing in the park (Along Came Poppy Blog) A gorgeous picture book, beautifully illustrated to tell a tale of how friendship, /5(26).

Having published the final volume (Sure of You, ) of his popular Tales of the City series, Maupin leaves the San Francisco setting behind, turning his warmth and wit to the Hollywood scene; he remains equally adept at spotting trends and skewering social injustice.

Cadence Roth, a inch actress, was never credited for playing the title role (inside a high-tech costume) in Mr. Woods, an.In love with nature since she was just a child, Elizabeth Moon took the opportunity to explore trees, birds, ecosystems, when she had the time. Even when she was little girl, her mother often took her outside on the beach, to ride horses and have fun.

Inshe married Richard Sloan Moon – .Maybe The Moon () About book: Can a former world's shortest woman who once starred as an elf (in a bodysuit) in the second highest grossing movie find happiness in Hollywoodland? The answer lies partly in the title, and I'll say no more about takes a risk writing as the world's former shortest woman in epistolary form, and at times I found it a bit distracting thinking about.