Aguahega: the story of Acadia National Park
"Snow has a powerful elliptical style, an ear for dialogue, and the imagination to become a major talent." -The Los Angeles Times
How does a working island become a national park, and at what human cost? Kezia Beal is the last of the lobstering Beals to be born on Maine's Aguahega Island. Her father’s murder in a lobster war exiles her from family and birthplace. She returns a stranger: as foreign as the summer people, as new as the National Park. Should she leave the island or stay?