Fellowship Point

Reading Alice Elliott Dark‘s second novel is a transportive experience, similar to spending several long, luxurious summers on the shores of a picturesque Maine peninsula.

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Review of ‘Fellowship Point’

At one point in Alice Elliott Dark's marvelous second novel, a character says, "Howards End reminds me of Leeward Cottage." Another character quickly responds: "I can see that. Except for the conflict about who will inherit it." This short exchange wonderfully encapsulates the drama in Fellowship Point, whose intricate plot and precise prose sparkle like…

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