Paperback edition of the latest novel from the author of "Year Of Wonders, March" and "People Of The Book". Follows a young girl growing up in the tiny settlement of Great Harbor, amid a small band of pioneers and Puritans, in 1650s Massachusetts. Brooks won the Pulitzer Prize for "March". '"Caleb's Crossing" could not be more enlightening and involving.' "New York Times"
Geraldine Brooks was born and raised in Australia. After moving to the USA she worked for eleven years on the Wall Street Journal, covering stories from some of the world's most troubled areas, including Bosnia, Somalia and the Middle East. Her first novels 'A Year of Wonders' and 'March have become international bestsellers, the latter earning Brooks the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. She lives with her husband and son in rural Virginia and is currently a fellow at Harvard University.