House Under Snow (Paperback)
Mariner Books, 9780156027465, 264pp.
Publication Date: June 1, 2003
Not since Alice McDermott's That Night has there been such a telling portrait of first love. And not since Mona Simpson's Anywhere But Here have we witnessed the destructive, seductive nature of a mother who insists on competing with her children. An unforgettable tale of the power and vulnerability of sex and family, history and the past, House Under Snow is a lyrical and brilliant fictional debut.
Praise For House Under Snow…
PRAISE FOR HOUSE UNDER SNOW
"This artful first novel . . . is a quiet stepsister to Rick Moody's The Ice Storm . . . perceptive and moving."--The New York Times Book Review
"Lucid, finely crafted . . . detailing in sharp, textured prose the rise and fall of a doomed first love . . . Bialosky, with her delicate touch and clear eye for human frailty, is an author of talent, and House Under Snow an elegant debut."--Los Angeles Times
"An artfully poignant rendering of first love, a mother's emotional fragility and the enduring bonds among sisters."--Newsday