By Tony Romano
In an area on Chicago's outskirts, Fabio and Lucia Comingo have equipped a brand new American life—and fight to understand the impacts that distract and alter their stressed younger sons. via this masterful evocation of a time and position, Tony Romano, the acclaimed writer of When the realm used to be Young, brings a first-generation Italian American kin vividly and poignantly alive in heavily comparable stories right away joyous, heartbreaking, and sincere. Weaving dozen tales right into a gorgeous, cohesive family members heritage, Romano supplies readers desire for togetherness amid the painful generational cycle of loss and redemption—as childrens develop and research, and judge which treasures of cultural inheritance they'll cherish.
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