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Jennifer Vanderbes Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Template:Multiple issuesJennifer Vanderbes is an American novelist. She is best known for her debut novel Easter Island, which received positive reviews from The Washington Post Book World, The Los Angeles Times, and The Christian Science Monitor, and was translated into sixteen languages. The novel mixes together adventure, mystery, and romance in several plotlines. Each of the novel's different plotlines is linked to Easter Island, the remote South Pacific island famed for its immense Moai (statues). Easter Island was named one of the best books of 2003 by The Christian Science Monitor and The Washington Post.Vanderbes is also author to the novel Strangers at the Feast. The novel, set on Thanksgiving Day 2007, depicts two families, one white and one black, connected by a horrific crime. Oprah Magazine called it "a thriller that also raises large and haunting questions about the meaning of guilt, innocence, and justice," and best-selling author Justin Cronin said, "This is a book that dares to ask: What went wrong, and right, in America?...Strangers at the Feast is more than a great novel. It's an important one."A graduate of Yale University and the Iowa Writers' Workshop, Vanderbes is a New York native and a former Colgate University faculty member. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including a Guggenheim Fellowship and a New York Public Library Cullman Fellowship. Her nonfiction has appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Atlantic. Her short fiction has appeared in Granta, Fantasy & Science Fiction, and Best New American Voices 2000. She lives in New York City.Vanderbes' third book, The Secret of Raven Point (2014), is a World War II novel set in Italy. It follows young Juliet Dufresne, newly enlisted army nurse (she lied about her age) determined to find her older brother who’s gone missing in action in Italy. An ocean away from the small town she left behind, Juliet lands in a field hospital just behind the front lines, face to face with the realities, bloody and chaotic, of a war she once romanticized. Alongside an enigmatic psychiatrist who is administering groundbreaking treatment for victims of shell shock, Juliet discovers that the recovery of one patient, a soldier rendered mute by trauma, may hold the key to finding her brother. But the soldier is a deserter awaiting court-martial, and it’s a race against the clock to break his silence before the authorities take him away. The Washington Post called it “fresh, compelling… War gives men and women a chance to become monsters or heroes, and Vanderbes finds her footing exploring these two extremes…[ Juliet] is a companionable protagonist... she emerges from the experience as someone altered yet not conquered by war….Vanderbes performs admirably.” New York Times bestselling author Matthew Pearl called the novel "an arresting, exciting journey of discovery from an extremely talented author." And in a starred review, Library Journal said about it, "
|Date Of Birth||1974-01-01|
|Place Of Birth||New York City, New York, USA|