The Last Romantics: A Novel by Tara Conklin
In her New York Times Bestselling book The Last Romantics, Tara Conklin writes about her character Fiona Skinner. Fiona is a renowned poet. She was asked about what inspired her to write her most iconic work, The Love Poem. She begins to tell her audience the story about her family and the betrayal that echoes through time. Her family’s story begins with a funeral in a big yellow house in a middle-class town in Connecticut. Fiona and her older siblings Renee, Caroline and Joe emerged from there deeply connected and staunchly loyal to one another. Two decades after, the siblings found themselves challenged by a family crisis that strengthens their bonds and forces them to question their life choices and what they can do in the name of love. Tara Conklin’s The Last Romantics is a moving and intimate epic novel about an American family. This novel is an unforgettable exploration of the family ties that bind us, the responsibilities that we embrace and the duties we resent.
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