Cygnet : a novel / Season Butler.
- First U.S. edition.
- New York, NY : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 
224 pages ; 22 cm
- New Hampshire -- Fiction.
Identity (Psychology) -- Fiction.
Loneliness -- Fiction.
Teenage girls -- Fiction.
Older people -- Fiction.
Aging -- Fiction.
Islands -- Fiction.
- The Kid doesn't know where her parents are. They left with a promise to come back months ago, and now their seventeen-year-old daughter is stranded on Swan Island. Swan isn't just any island; it is home to an eccentric old age separatist community who have shunned life on the mainland for a haven which is rapidly sinking into the ocean. The Kid's arrival threatens to burst the idyllic bubble that the elderly residents have so carefully constructed - an unwelcome reminder of the life they left behind, and one they want rid of. Cygnet is the story of a young woman battling against the thrashing waves of loneliness and depression, and how she learns to find hope, laughter and her own voice in a world that's crumbling around her.
- Originally published in the United Kingdom in 2019 by Dialogue Books, an imprint of Little, Brown UK.
- Local notes:
- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Class of 1932 Fund.
- Class of 1932 Fund.
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