|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
'A Fall 2012 "Must-Read"
Half the fun of this blackly comic novel is finding out what over-the-top punishment Toronto author Cordelia Strube will subject her hero to next.' Toronto Life
'Call it a funny novel with unexpected pockets of grief, or a sad novel with a surprising number of good jokes. Either way, the combination is potent; in genetics they call this sort of thing hybrid vigour. [Sam] Lipsyte's book [The Ask] doesn't come close.' Edmonton Journal
'A darkly comedic story of misfits in an ugly world At its heart, which is huge, Milosz is about progeny, about what tethers us to the world and to each other.' National Post
Cordelia Strube has won the CBC Literary Competition for her play Mortal and the Toronto Arts Foundation Protégé Award and she has been shortlisted for the Prix Italia and the Governor General's Award. Her previous novels include Milton's Elements , Dr. Kalbn¼éeisch and the Chicken Restaurant , Planet Reese and Lemon , which was longlisted for the 2010 Scotiabank Giller Prize and shortlisted for the 2010 Trillium Award.