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Ladies Lunch and Literacy with Dana Czapnik
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adies, Lunch, and Literacy is delighted to welcome Dana Czapnik to the South Bay in celebration of her debut, The Falconer.
We invite all genders of book lovers to join us for lunch at Jackson's in El Segundo with Dana Czapnik, greet friends, converse, and discover our new non-profit beneficiary, The Advot Project.
Registration and informal discussions with our author begins at 11:30am. Lunch and our formal program begins promptly at noon. Reservations are required and limited.
Friday, April 12, 2019 - 11:30am
Jacksons Food + Drink
2041 Rosecrans Ave.
El Segundo, CA 90245
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Atria Books - January 29th, 2019
New York, 1993. Seventeen-year-old Lucy Adler, a street-smart, trash-talking baller, is often the only girl on the public courts. Lucy's inner life is a contradiction. She's by turns quixotic and cynical, insecure and self-possessed and, despite herself, is in unrequited love with her best friend and pick-up teammate Percy, scion of a prominent New York family who insists he wishes to resist his upper crust fate.
As Lucy navigates this complex relationship in all its youthful heartache and prepares for life in the broader world, she begins to question accepted notions of success, bristling against her own hunger for male approval and searching for an authentic way to live and love. She is drawn into the world of a pair of provocative female artists living in what remains of New York's bohemia, but soon even their paradise begins to show cracks.
Told in vibrant, quicksilver prose, The Falconer provides a snapshot of the city's youth as they grapple with privilege and the fading of radical hopes and paints a captivating portrait of a young woman in the first flush of freedom.