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Magic and true, dazzling and wise.It has an astounding confidence, depth and range.A wonderful, wonderful novel.--The Boston GlobeThrough the syncopated rhythms of the ragtime era to the thumping, rocking beats of the 1970s, generations of Pecks have maintained a determined steadiness. Adamantly middle class--Peck-proud, as the family slogan goes--they are quick to sweep under the rug those members who do not live up to their standards. Maybe that's why Caleb Peck took off with his violincello as a boy? Sixty years later, his brother Daniel is still wondering. No longer willing to live without answers, he turns to his daughter-in-law, Justine, another Peck family eccentric. A studied tarot card reader, Justine comes across one message over and over in the cards: change is coming. With Daniel's help, she's hoping to find the courage to embrace whatever happens next. An unlikely pair struggling against a stifling family, Daniel and Justine believe they'll find freedom in just the right mix of magic, music, and mystery.
It takes about 7 Hours and 12 minutes on average for a reader to read Searching For Caleb. This is based on the average reading speed of 250 Words per minute.
Searching For Caleb is 336 pages long.
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