Two Rivers

By T. Greenwood
(Kensington, Paperback, 9780758228772, 384pp.)

Publication Date: January 2009

Other Editions of This Title: Hardcover

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Selected by Indie Booksellers for the January 2009 Indie Next List
“The Vietnam war, discrimination, and family secrets combine in this story of forgiveness and redemption. Greenwood effortlessly balances tenderness and grit, resulting in a moving portrait of Harper Montgomery's efforts to make good on past actions and regain a sense of integrity.”
-- Bev Denor, LaDeDa Books, Manitowoc, WI

Greenwood's new novel is a powerful, haunting tale of enduring love, destructive secrets, and opportunities that arrive in disguise.

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  1. At the beginning of the novel, Harper suggests that twelve years after the incident at the river he wants only to find forgiveness, to make amends for his involvement in the crime. Do you think that by the end of the novel he has done so? Why or why not? Is he forgiven? If so, by whom? Do you, the reader, forgive him?

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