Ann McMan

Jericho

Jericho was originally published in late 2011, and quickly established itself as lesbian literary canon. Autostraddle, the progressively feminist online magazine listed it at #69 on their list of 100 Best Lesbian Fiction & Memoir Books Of All Time. And, The Lesbian Review has named it one of the 10 best friends to lovers romance novels. This title is a fully-involved romance novel, clocking in at about 500 well-written, well-conceived pages. From its opening paragraph, the reader is greeted with rich detail, flowing internal dialogue, witty humor, jagged verbal jousting, and a joyous intellectual tete-a-tete—not just between the two lesbian protagonists, but also the quirky friends, family, and townspeople.
665 printed pages
Original publication
2017
Publisher
Bywater Books

Impressions

    Lisbet Menesesshared an impressionlast year
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Quotes

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    Syd rested her head against the back of her chair and expelled a deep breath. “You know, there isn’t much need for us to talk while this conversation is going on.”
    “What conversation?” Maddie looked at Syd. The semi-light from the house only dimly illuminated her profile as she sat staring out across the pond.
    “The one taking place between Bach and this landscape. It’s so perfect. I feel like I’m eavesdropping on something profound.

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