Lucille Vincent is an old woman living in a globalized Texas in 2050. When she receives a mysterious post card from an old friend inviting her to revisit their shared past, she boards a plane hoping to uncover the truths that have lain underneath the surface of her reality for the past forty-odd years. She brings with her a manuscript that she calls Gridlocked, a recounting of her understanding of the tragedies she experienced as a young woman that wreaked havoc on her world view at the time, the influential people who helped her reshape it, and the mysterious circumstances that bound them all together. Mostly set in Texas in 2012-2013, Dressing Eternity is a novel that encapsulates a culture in a specific time and place and attempts to capture universal truths about humanity, expanding its relevance to all people in all times and spaces.
- Paperback | 260 pages
- 148.6 x 214.1 x 18.5mm | 358.34g
- 20 Apr 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Kimberly Carver
Kimberly Carver teaches AP English and works as an adjunct professor for Texas Woman's University. She's an accomplished singer-songwriter and guitarist, a mother, and a native Texan, albeit a xenophile. This is her first novel. Candace Zangoei is a retired English teacher who lives with her husband half-time in the DFW Metroplex and half-time in La Jolla, CA when not traveling. She once served as Kimberly's mentor teacher. She is a proud mother and grandmother, and she is also a native Texan. This is also her first novel.