The Invisible Circus

She’d missed it, Phoebe knew by the silence. Crossing the lush, foggy park, she heard nothing but the drip of condensation running from ferns and palm leaves. By the time she reached the field, its vast emptiness came as no surprise.


“If there were justice in the world, no one would be allowed to write a first novel of such beauty and accomplishment.”
— Pat Conroy

“Wonderful….words glide through her fingers and enter the pores like cool San Francisco fog”
— Los Angeles Times Book Review

“Mesmerizing….told with great assurance and power….Ms. Egan portrays the sisters with a quiet, heartbreaking clarity.”
— New York Times Book Review

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