In the tradition of Nick Hornby and Melissa Bank comes a new novel chronicling modern relationships at their messiest and most tender.
Katrina Onstad's award-winning journalism has appeared in The New York Times as well as in The Guardian, Elle, and Toronto Life. A former film critic for the National Post, she is currently a culture columnist in the Style section of The Globe and Mail.
Tenderly observed and elegantly drawn, Onstad's characters are true to the deep worries and tangential shifts of fate which often define modern life; they remind us of that life's ability to soothe, to hurt, and to heal. -- Vincent Lam, author of The Headmaster's Wager * Vincent Lam, author of The Headmaster's Wager *