Watching Glory Die

By Judith Thompson

Watching Glory Die
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Glory is a troubled teenage inmate who, in her solitary prison cell, is tormented by hallucinations. While she battles the creature in her mind, her adoptive mother Rosellen struggles to remain connected to her daughter, believing that she can sense Glory’s feelings no matter ... Read more


Overview

Glory is a troubled teenage inmate who, in her solitary prison cell, is tormented by hallucinations. While she battles the creature in her mind, her adoptive mother Rosellen struggles to remain connected to her daughter, believing that she can sense Glory’s feelings no matter the distance. In the prison halls, Gail, a working-class guard, glides between her conscience and her professional duties, knowing her actions could ultimately lead to a tragic end.

Reviews

“Watching Glory Die shocks, clarifies and engages.” —Evan Andrew Mackay, Post City Toronto

“A brilliant, powerful and moving story of three women caught in tragic circumstances.” —Elissa Barnard, The Chronicle Herald

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