Elizabeth Moore, Associate Professor of Writing and Coordinator of Humanities, will host a book reading and signing of her third novel, The Unseen World, on Monday, September 19, at 12:50 pm in the Library.
The Unseen World tells the story of Ada Sibelius, the daughter of David, an eccentric and socially inept single father who runs a computer lab located in Boston. Ada joins David during his daily work—becoming a protégé along the way. While David's lab begins to gain success, questions regarding his past start to surface. With David's mind failing, Ada is determined to discover her father's secrets.
This is Moore’s third novel and follows the success of her 2012 novel, Heft, which was pegged by NPR and Oprah as a book to watch out for during the year.
“I became an instant fan of Liz Moore the moment I opened her second novel, Heft, back in 2012,” said Shannon Brown, Executive Director of the Library. “The Library Book Club is honored to have Liz lead a discussion of her latest book and spend the time signing them for her fans and supporters from Holy Family. This event is not to be missed.”