Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Fox's Nose

Reading an enjoyable book caughts you in an uncomfortable paradox: You want to continue reading but you don't want to finish. It is a treat you want to continue to savour. The book in question: Fox's Nose by Sally Ireland. It is a tale rich with the tapestry of Russian-Canadian culture. A tale of a artistic family: the Father is a director - the estranged Mother a dancer. The central character: an adolescent muddling through those difficult years. This book caught me in a neck hold from the very first page and didn't let me go until the last sentence. Well done Sally. Meet the author:


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