Sena Jeter Naslund, author of Adam & Eve, on tour July/August 2011

Posted By on June 17, 2011

About Adam & Eve

• Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: Harper Perennial; Reprint edition (July 26, 2011)

By decoding light from space, Lucy Bergmann’s astrophysicist husband discovers the existence of extraterrestrial life; their friend, anthropologist Pierre Saad, unearths from the sands of Egypt an ancient alternative version of the Book of Genesis. To religious fanatics, these discoveries have the power to rock the foundations of their faith. Entrusted to deliver this revolutionary news to both the scientific and religious communities, Lucy becomes the target of Perpetuity, a secret society. When her small plane crashes, Lucy finds herself in a place called Eden with an American soldier named Adam, whose quest for both spiritual and carnal knowledge has driven him to madness.

Set against the searing debate between evolutionists and creationists, Adam & Eve is a thriller, a romance, an adventure, an idyll—a tour de force from Sena Jeter Naslund, one of the most imaginative and inspired writers of our time.

About Sena Jeter Naslund

Sena Jeter Naslund is the author of the novels Four Spirits and Abundance, A Novel of Marie Antoinette and a short story collection, The Disobedience of Water. A native of Birmingham, Alabama, she is a winner of the Harper Lee Award; Distinguished Teaching Professor and Writer in Residence at the University of Louisville; director of the Spalding University brief-residency Master of Fine Arts in Writing program; former poet laureate of Kentucky; and editor of The Louisville Review and the Fleur-de-Lis Press.

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Sena’s Tour Stops

Tuesday, July 26: Wordsmithonia

Wednesday, July 27: Diary of a Stay at Home Mom

Thursday, July 28: Life In Review

Monday, August 1: A Fanatic’s Book Blog

Tuesday, August 2: Broken Teepee

Wednesday, August 10th: The Scarlet Letter

Wednesday, August 10: Man of La Book

Thursday, August 11: Rundpinne

Thursday, August 11: Wandering Thoughts of a Scientific Housewife

Monday, August 15: Much Madness is Divinest Sense


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