The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley OverviewIn The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley, a novel by Hannah Tinti, Louise “Loo” Hawley believed the bullet scars on her father’s body represented past actions that did not impact her. After she met her grandmother, Mabel Ridge, Loo began to question the past and learn how much of her own history was told by those scars. This coming of age story includes the themes of the intricacies of parent/child relationships, the search for love, and the mutability of time.
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