BSB: Réal Carpentier (Sarah Goldman) Book Signing

Bank Square Books presents an open house book signing with local author Réal Carpentier (Sarah Goldman). This event is free and open to the public.

About the Book

Dr. Dina is a psychology professor at NYU who falls in love with his 25 year-old student, Sarah Goldman. Their relationship grows into a deceptive secret he must keep from his other students, as well as the university's administration and his family. The story is told by an older Dr. Dina, who recounts his experiences that happened 20 years prior. As a much younger Dina and Sarah meet outside the classroom, they become emotionally affected by recounting their personal experiences; sometimes funny,sometimes tragic. This leads to a serious relationship with the risk of ruining Dina’s career. The story visits many life moments, and deals with themes of the holocaust, rape, loss, bigotry, awakening, and rejuvenation, with many life lessons learned.

About the Author

Réal is a husband and father of eight children from Sterling CT, and author of his dramatic novel Sarah Goldman. He has written many short and full length plays as well as a musical. His one-act play, Mixed Emotions, was produced in 2012 and published in the same year by Original Works Publishing. He is a teacher, author, playwright, composer, and musician, all of which are his passion.

He is currently working on his next novel entitled Barry's Brain (horror), which will be published sometime in the fall of this year.
Event date: 
Saturday, August 10, 2019 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Event address: 
Bank Square Books
53 W Main St
Mystic, CT 06355
Sarah Goldman Cover Image
$12.99
ISBN: 9781094718071
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Independently Published - May 1st, 2019

Dr. Dina is a psychology professor at NYU who falls in love with his 25 year-old student, Sarah Goldman. Their relationship grows into a deceptive secret he must keep from his other students, as well as the university's administration and his family.The story is told by an older Dr. Dina, who recounts his experiences that happened 20 years prior.