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A Novel

Book - 2014
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In 1919, only months after the end of the Great War, the men and women of Deseronto struggle to recover from wounds of the past, both visible and hidden. Kenan, a young soldier who has returned from the war damaged and disfigured, confines himself to his small house on the Bay of Quinte. His wife, attempting to adjust to the trauma that has changed their marriage, seeks advice from her Aunt Maggie. Maggie, along with her husband, Am, who cares for the town clock tower, have their own sorrows, which lie unacknowledged between them.
Publisher: Toronto : HarperCollins Publishers Ltd., c2014
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781443442442
9781443406925
Branch Call Number: F ITA NVD
Characteristics: 321 pages ; 24 cm

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empbee
Nov 16, 2015

A nice book; it gives you a feel of the life of people in Ontario a round the first world war.

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SoHum
Jan 25, 2015

Disappointing as a follow-up to Deafening.

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ms_mustard
Jan 10, 2015

"I suppose that's the stuff we are made of, stories and journeys great or small, complete or incomplete, whatever gets passed on to us down the line."

Itani 'tells' well.

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molly
Jan 02, 2015

Started off well but fizzled out really.I skipped along quickly to the end.Was nominated for the Giller.

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