A Mansion On The Moon

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BY C. SABLAN GAULT

 

HARDCOVER PRICE

  • Local pick-up (Guam): $30.00
  • USPS flat rate (NMI, US): $39.30

PAPERBACK PRICE

  • Local pick-up (Guam): $20.00
  • USPS flat rate (NMI, US): $29.30

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DESCRIPTION

Set in a turbulent period of Guam history, between the Spanish-American War and World War II, the lives and loves of three CHamoru women are told in vivid detail. A Navy seaman leaves young Amanda de Leon broken hearted. For Sylvia de Leon Camacho, happiness ends too soon. Life teaches the level-headed Vivian Camacho that falling for an American serviceman is futile, like reaching for the moon. Cultural and racial prejudices magnify the distance. Trying to build a life with one is as impossible as building a mansion on the moon. Then a Navy civil engineer comes into Vivian's life.

 

HARDCOVER PRODUCT DETAILS

  • GENRE: Fiction, History
  • BINDING: Hardcover - 269 pages
  • PUBLISHER: Xlibris 
  • PUBLICATION DATE: 2015
  • ISBN: 978-1-5144-2704-0
  • DIMENSIONS (W x H x D): 6.25"x 9.375" x  1"
  • WEIGHT: 1 lbs 4.7 oz

PAPERBACK PRODUCT DETAILS

  • GENRE: Fiction, History
  • BINDING: Paperback - 269 pages
  • PUBLISHER: Xlibris 
  • PUBLICATION DATE: 2015
  • ISBN: 978-1-5144-2705-7
  • DIMENSIONS (W x H x D): 6"x 9" x  .75"
  • WEIGHT: 15.4 oz

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

C. Sablan Gault was born in Guam, the daughter of a Navy chief.  She holds a bachelor's degree in anthropology and began her writing career in advertising.  She studied journalism and worked as a newspaper reporter, feature writer, and columnist. She then served as press secretary to a Guam governor, to a legislator, and to Guam's delegate to the US House of Representatives.  She also worked as a writer and researcher for the Guam political status education commission.  She and her husband, David, a Vietnam-era Seabee, live in Agana Heights, originally called Tutujan. They have three children and six grandchildren.