The Last Summer of Love

Set in New York City during the summer of 1970, The Last Summer of Love focuses on one family, the Sevens, especially on two twenty-one-year-old cousins, Kiel and Katy. The novel follows family members as they navigate the radically changing urban culture and adapt to new attitudes toward gender, religion, authority, war, drugs, and sex. More

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About Gary Ernst

Gary Ernst is a poet, critic, and professor. He received his PhD from NYU in 1997, and is a member of the Colloquium on Violence and Religion. He has taught writing, literature, history, and humanities in colleges throughout America. The Last Summer of Love is his most recent novel.

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