Victor Lodato discusses Edgar and Lucy
Edgar and Lucy is a page-turning literary masterpiece—a stunning examination of family love and betrayal. Eight-year-old Edgar Fini has survived a terrible accident, of which he remembers nothing. When Edgar meets a man with his own tragic story, the boy begins a journey into a secret wilderness where nothing is clear—not even the line between the living and the dead. In order to save her son, Lucy has no choice but to confront the demons of her past. As dark crimes come to light, this family drama tightens into a high-stakes tale of suspense.
With breathtaking revelations and unforgettable characters, Victor Lodato delivers an emotionally satisfying novel of epic scope. Profound, shocking, and beautiful, Edgar and Lucy is a thrilling adventure and the unlikeliest of love stories.
Victor Lodato’s first novel Mathilda Savitch won the PEN USA Award for Fiction and was hailed as a “Best Book of the Year” by publications that included the Boston Globe, Booklist, and the Christian Science Monitor. His stories and essays have been published in the New Yorker, the New York Times, Granta and Best American Short Stories. He lives in Ashland, Oregon and Tucson, Arizona.
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