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A New York Times Bestseller and Editors’ Choice Pick, was shortlisted for the Orange Prize for New Writers, and has been published in the U. and Canada, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Holland, Russia, Greece, Spain, the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom. Buy on Amazon Buy on Buy at i Books Buy at Indiebound “[An] outstanding literary debut. Reading this exquisite book is like swimming through warm water filled with wondrous things. By completing and sending the form above you are giving permission for the sponsoring real estate agent to contact you by email and/or telephone.Mark Templeton began playing the trombone at the age of ten and studied at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, where he received the Brass Prize in 1996.Also that year he won a place in the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra and in 1998 he was awarded the International Trombone Association Philharmonic Prize in America.
Mark had a full and varied freelance career after graduating and played with most of the UK orchestras and various European ones.
He was a founder member of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra and Principal Trombone with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra prior to joining the London Philharmonic Orchestra in 2006.
Mark is also a Professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London.
One dark summer dawn in Templeton, New York, at the moment an enormous monster surfaces in Lake Glimmerglass, twenty-eight-year-old Willie Upton returns pregnant and miserable to her hometown of Templeton, N. Willie is a descendant of the creator of the town, Marmaduke Temple, and she expects to be able to hide in the place that has been home to her family for centuries. Groff turns her story into a meditation on the nature of change and how evolution — of a place, a family, a person — even if it’s difficult and unsettling, can bring joyous rewards.”—MIAMI HERALD “It’s a rare book that gives darkness a good long stare and declares, convincingly, that life contains joy.
But the monster changes the fabric of the village, and Willie’s mother, Vivienne, has a surprise that will send Willie careening through her family’s history to dig up clues about her heritage. The Monsters of Templeton, a fascinating first novel by Lauren Groff, is a book with joy in its marrow.
Spanning two centuries and based on Cooperstown, New York., the story is told through two centuries of voices, from Templeton ghosts to residents, masters to servants, natives to interlopers, and historical figures to literary characters. What Groff is really digging at here is the enigma of the human spirit and how redemption and resilience shape our lives.