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The Language of Light: A Novel Paperback – June 28, 2011
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“Will delight readers searching for a story with meaning, character, and drama.”—Bookreporter
"Richly atmospheric, gorgeously written, and filled with characters so real they breathe on the page...as luminous as a perfect photograph shimmering with true light."—Caroline Leavitt, author of Girls In Trouble and Pictures of You
“An engaging and compassionate portrait of an artist learning to embrace the full potential of her power. Meg Waite Clayton writes with a photographer’s precision, clarity, and care.”—A. Manette Ansay, author of Good Things I Wish You
“The Language of Light shines on, a wonderfully knowing action photograph that has emerged from the darkroom as words.”—Baltimore Sun
"The combination of interesting characters, an intriguing, ever-changing plot, and the elements of photography so beautifully captured in this novel, allow me to share that this novel is well recommended." --Joseph's Reviews
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Like the characters. Good surprises. Easy to stop and come back to perfect summer book or airplane. Or Mothers Day.Published 21 days ago by Steve Scott
I came to this book after reading others by MWC. Well written first effort but over disappointing ending. Am glad I read it but enjoyed her other works more.Published 15 months ago by Carol Ann Duke
I love the way Meg Waite Clayton writes. I thoroughly enjoyed this book until ending, which came abruptly and left many questions unanswered. Read morePublished on August 18, 2012 by Cheryl Joy
I picked this book up randomly at one of the closing Border's bookstores. I was drawn to it because it contained 2 of my most favorite things: photography & horses. Read morePublished on December 29, 2011 by MeredithNCSU girl
There are many books out there describing the relationships of women with common interests (knitting, quilting, writing) or common life experiences. Read morePublished on January 28, 2010 by Elizabeth L. Osborn
This book evokes so much, it is hard to describe. I read it twice. I want to live in Maryland now;)Published on January 19, 2010 by J. HERRON