Atonement by Gaétan Soucy.

Atonement is an odd and oddly fascinating book about the perils of memory and the benefits of forgetfulness. It won't be to everyone's taste because, as I said, it's odd. I liked the book but I think it will take more than one reading to fully understand it. Full review: Atonement by Gaétan Soucy.

This book was my choice for Quebec for the Canadian Book Challenge.

I'm actually about half a dozen pages away from finishing my fourth book for the Canadian Book Challenge but I've only managed to write up one review so far.

Also, K contributed her first review to Canadian Books & Authors: Bang by Norah McClintock. Hopefully there will be more.



Posted by Ripley on November 24, 2007 | Tags: book review, canadian book challenge




And then you said

Ooops, I haven't accounted for any of your completed books for the challenge yet. I'll post you down for one, but will happily change it to four if you want. Do you plan on reviewing the others as well?

I've been meaning to read something by Soucy for a while but haven't gotten around to it yet. Have you read others by him?

Posted by John Mutford on November 25, 2007 10:36 PM

Not your fault, John. I hadn't gotten around to letting you know yet. Just mark me down for one. That way I'll be motivated to review the others (which I intend to do).

I haven't read anything else by Soucy but I probably will. He's an interesting writer.

Posted by ripley on November 26, 2007 12:58 AM



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