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"Profound loss, desolation and rebuilding are the literal and metaphoric themes of Michaels's exquisite second novel (after Fugitive Pieces)…. A tender love story set against an intriguing bit of history is handled with uncommon skill."
— Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)
"Has it been worth the wait? It has. . . . Anne Michaels, in short, is back. "
— Globe and Mail
"A tender love story set against an intriguing bit of history is handled with uncommon skill."
— Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"A major achievement. . . . "
— NOW magazine (Four Ns)
"Literature is all the better for it."
— The New York Times
"The anticipation, more than a decade in the building, has been eager, the recent buzz intense. And if McClelland & Stewart sees The Winter Vault, its new novel from Anne Michaels, as the publishing event of the season, there is vibrant and compelling justification. . . . "
— Ottawa Citizen
Anne Michaels’s first novel was the award-winning, internationally bestselling Fugitive Pieces. Its prizes include a Lannan Literary Award for Fiction, the Chapters/Books in Canada First Novel Award, the Guardian Fiction Award, and the Orange Prize for Fiction. She is also the author of three highly acclaimed poetry collections. She lives in Toronto.See all Product Description
I chose this because of the Lost Villages/St. Lawrence Seaway project content as I live in the Lost Viilages area. I began to read it twice the first time only a few chapters. Read morePublished on Dec 29 2012 by oldgirl
Do not waste your time. Its very boring. I could only get throught 1/3 of the book.Published on May 21 2010 by Tracy
I love Fugitive Pieces and was so looking forward to Anne Michaels' next book. In the event I am sad to say that I found it barely readable. Read morePublished on May 17 2010 by Katy Jurado
I loved Fugitive Pieces, but did not like this book. Yes, her writing is beautiful, poetic, etc. I appreciate that. Read morePublished on May 17 2010 by J