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Flesh and Blood by Michael Cunningham
Here is an epic tale of three generations of an American family-- and the ambition, violence, deceptions, and hard-won love that shape their lives.

Michael Cunningham explodes the American dream in this gritty saga of the Stassos family, founded by Constantine, an ambitious Greek immigrant, and his Italian-American wife, Mary. As Constantine ruthlessly pursues his fortune, his children are caught between his fierce demands for family loyalty and his volatile temper.

Rich in vivid details, masterfully crafted, and narrated in a voice of great emotional power and sensitivity, Flesh and Blood is an unforgettable, moving, and stunning portrait of contemporary America.
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  • Published:
    Jun-1996
  • Formats:
    Print / eBook / Audio
  • Pages:
    466
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