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Forest Green

Pullinger, Kate. (Author).

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  • ISBN: 9780385683050
  • Physical Description: electronic resource
    remote
    1 online resource
    240 p.
  • Publisher: [S.l.] : Doubleday Canada, 2020.

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General Note: Electronic book.
Summary, etc.: -- On a rain-soaked Vancouver sidewalk in 1995, a homeless man fights for breath. Arthur Lunn is a golden boy who spends long summer days roaming the hills and swimming in the lakes of the Okanagan Valley. But the Great Depression is destroying lives, even in Art's remote and bucolic hometown. Soon, Art finds himself caught up in a battle between the town and the vagrants flowing through it, and before long the tension reaches a boiling point. A catastrophe follows--and changes everything. The trauma from this event shapes and haunts Art's life moving forward, from his experiences as a soldier in World War II to his reckless, nomadic working days in logging camps across British Columbia to his turbulent relationship with his one great love--a woman he cannot believe he deserves. Painful, poignant, yet full of hope, Forest Green explores how trauma can warp our lives while love can help us to mend.
Reproduction Note:
Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] Doubleday Canada 2020 Available via World Wide Web.
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Format: Adobe EPUB3
Requires: cloudLibrary (file size: 1.9 MB)
Subject: FICTION|Literary|
FICTION|Coming of Age|
FICTION|Family Life|
Genre: Electronic books.

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