Low

By (author): Anna Quon

Low is a novel about family, identity, illness, love and loss. Lyrical, personal prose draws readers into the world of Adriana Song. We feel our way through Low with her as she navigates lopsided friendships, failed romances and tries to to weather the storm that is her life.

“An empathetic coming-of-age story about the redemptive power of love.”Globe and Mail

“Low is a genuine and gentle novel about family, identity, and the road to recovery.”Quill & Quire

AUTHOR

Anna Quon

Anna Quon is a Mad, mixed-race poet and novelist. She facilitates writing workshops, particularly for the mental health community. Her first novel, Migration Songs, was shortlisted for the Dartmouth Book Award, and her second, Low, is set in Nova Scotia’s largest psychiatric hospital. Anna lives in Halifax. Learn more at annaquon.ca


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“Low is a genuine and gentle novel about family, identity, and the road to recovery.”Quill & Quire

“An empathetic coming-of-age story about the redemptive power of love.”Globe and Mail


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Dimensions:

304 Pages
8.0in * 5.0in * 0.8in
0.66lb

Published:

June 20, 2013

ISBN:

9781926743325

Book Subjects:

FICTION / Urban & Street Lit

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Language:

eng

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