Never-Ending Book Quiz
It's early September. Jodi Brett is in her kitchen, making dinner. Thanks to the open plan of the condo, she has an unobstructed view through the living room to its east-facing windows and beyond to the vista of lake and sky, cast by the evening light in a uniform blue. a thinly drawn line of a darker hue, the horizon, appears very near at hand, almost touchable. She likes this delineated arc, the feeling it gives her of being encircled. The sense of containment is what she loves most about living here, in her aerie on the twenty-seventh floor.
Choose the correct answer:The Silent Wife, Trip Ellington The Silent Wife, Kerry Fisher The Silent Wife, A.S.A. Harrison Silent Mountain, Stephen Shaw
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