Books by David Ebershoff and Complete Book Reviews

Much less idyllic than their collective title suggests, most of these seven stories have at least a tenuous connection to Pasadena, Calif. In them, Ebershoff (The Danish Girl) sketches the lives of men and boys who are gay, longing to be gay or...
David Ebershoff, Author . Random $24.95 (485p) ISBN 978-0-375-50456-3
The sophomore slump strikes in Ebershoff's muddled, uneven second novel, a historical work set in his native Pasadena that gets off to a solid start when land developer Andrew Blackwood tries to buy a ranch from an older farmer named Bruder as...
David Ebershoff, Author . Random $26 (528p) ISBN 978-1-4000-6397-0
This exquisite tour de force explores the dark roots of polygamy and its modern-day fruit in a renegade cult not recognized by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (aka the Mormon church). Ebershoff (The Danish Girl ) brilliantly blends a
David Ebershoff, Author Viking Books $24.95 (270p) ISBN 978-0-670-88808-5
Ebershoff, the publishing director at Modern Library, has taken a highly unusual subject--and a big chance--for his first novel. That it comes off triumphantly is a tribute to his taste and restraint and to the highly empathetic quality of his...
David Ebershoff, read by Jeff Woodman, Highbridge, unabridged, 11 CDs, 11.5 hrs., $34.95 ISBN 978-1-6157-3087-2
Ebershoff's bestseller—based on the true story of 1920s married artists Einar and Gerda Gottleib Wegener—makes a rocky transition to audio. After posing in women's clothing for his wife's portrait work, Einar explores a preference for appearing as a
David Ebershoff, Author, Kimberly Farr, Read by, Rebecca Lowman, Read by , read by a full cast. Random House Audio $49.95 (0p) ISBN 978-0-7393-7453-5
This sweeping epic is a compelling and original work set in 1875, when one woman attempts to rid America of polygamy. Ebershoff intertwines his tale with that of a 20th-century murder mystery in Utah, allowing the two stories to twist and turn into...
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