Parnassus Books is thrilled to welcome Nashville's own Helene Dunbar for a celebration of the release of her new YA novel, Boomerang, on Friday, March 9 at 6:30pm. Read on for more information about the event, Boomerang, and Helene!
This event is free and open to the public. To join the signing line and have books signed by the author at this event, please consider purchasing Boomerang from Parnassus Books. A selection of the author's previous titles will be available for purchase at the event as supplies last.
Video recording, audio recording, and/or live-streaming during author appearances and signings is not possible without prior written permission from the publisher and Parnassus Books.
Can't make it to the event, but still want to purchase an autographed or personalized book? Place your order below, enter "signed copy" plus any personalization details in the comments section of your order, and we'll have the author sign your books and ship them to you after the event!
More about Boomerang
Michael Sterling disappeared from his Maine town five years ago. Everyone assumed he was kidnapped. The truth is worse -- he ran away and found the life he always dreamed of.
Now, at seventeen, he's Sean Woodhouse. And he's come "home," to the last place he wants to ever be, to claim the small inheritance his grandparents promised him when he graduated high school, all so he can save Trip, the boy he developed an intense and complicated relationship with while he was away.
Sean has changed, but so has his old town and everyone in it. And knowing who he is and where he belongs is more confusing than ever. As his careful plans begin to crumble, so does everything he's believed about his idyllic other life.
Rachel Lynn Solomon, author of You'll Miss Me When I'm Gone, raves, "Boomerang is a masterfully crafted story about identity, family, and the meaning of home. The wholly original premise sucked me in, and the characters, all aching in different ways, kept me there. This is a YA novel that begs to be reread, talked about, and held close to your heart," while Brigid Kemmerer, author of Letters to the Lost, calls Boomerang "a masterful weaving of intrigue and mystery that will keep you reading all night long."
More about Helene Dunbar
Helene Dunbar is the author of These Gentle Wounds and What Remains. Over the years, she's worked as a drama critic, journalist, and marketing manager, and has written on topics as diverse as Irish music, court cases, theater, and Native American Indian tribes. She lives in Nashville with her husband and daughter, and exists on a steady diet of readers' tears.