Going Global: DeGrace's new book hits Globe and Mail pages
Nelson author Anne DeGrace is getting some national ink on her new book, Flying with Amelia.
On Thursday her book was written up in a review in the Globe and Mail. Here are the first two paragraphs from the article:
It’s not often that a book makes me late for drinks with a friend, but I was in the middle of the title chapter of Anne DeGrace’s latest novel, Flying with Amelia, and I had to find out what happens to the characters. And then I had to mop the tears off my face.
Being moved by a book is one of the great joys of my life, and Anne DeGrace never fails to deliver emotionally rich and aesthetically enticing fiction. In this fourth novel, she tackles a huge subject: the canvas of Canada over time, from 1847 to 2012. While I wanted to know more about the characters, she manages to move readers along to the next chapter, with a new time frame and new characters, in a thoroughly smooth and wise way.
- To read the entire article, click here: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/arts/books/flying-with-amelia-by-anne-degrace/article2246300/