Eugene “Geno” Miles is living out his final days in a nursing home, bored, curmudgeonly, and struggling to connect with his new nursing assistant, Angel, who is understandably skeptical of Geno’s insistence on having lived not just one life but many—all the way back to medieval Spain, where, as a petty thief, he first lucked upon true love only to lose it, and spend the next thousand years trying to recapture it.
Jonathan Evison is the New York Times bestselling author of the novels All About Lulu; West of Here; The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving; This Is Your Life, Harriet Chance! ;Lawn Boy; and Legends of the North Cascades. Worthy of note, in 2022, the American Library Assocation reported Lawn Boy was the seventh most banned and challenged book in the country due to its inclusion of LGBT+ content and being considered sexually explicit.
Leading the conversation will be author and Spokesman-Review columnist, Ammi Midstokke.