Alix Ohlin is the author of two novels, Inside and The Missing Person, and two story collections, Babylon and Other Stories and Signs and Wonders. Her work has appeared in Best American Short Stories, Best New American Voices, and on NPR's "Selected Shorts." Born and raised in Montreal, she now lives in Easton, Pennsylvania and teaches at Lafayette College.
The description made it seem like this book had a decent storyline, but I became really bored about half way through.Published 11 months ago by Maria from Big City Bookworm
I really enjoyed Alix Ohlin's novel, which centres on the lives of four troubled and complex characters. Read morePublished 18 months ago by aloveofreading
This was super easy to read but totally wasn't expecting it to finish so suddenly. I thought there was way more story left to read. Quiet disappointed.Published 19 months ago by ab
This book really intrigued me when I chose it, and it really lived up to all the intrigue.
We are introduced to our two central characters Grace and Tug right from the first... Read more
Really enjoyed this book; well written, intriguing story and great characters. I would have loved it except that it is a dark story.Published 20 months ago by Kathryn Philipps
The characters left me somewhat dissatisfied as did the ending. That said, I loved the concept of lives intertwined. Read morePublished on Feb. 16 2013 by Melanie Rae Allard
Being from montreal, I instantly recognized the landmarks the author described with such vivid details. Read morePublished on Jan. 27 2013 by S. Gatien
Positives: Loved the author's writing style when she described scenes, emotions and of descriptions of Canadian scenes. The characters sounded real. Very easy read. Read morePublished on Jan. 21 2013 by dollyrf