Ross loves Iliana. And, to his amazement - she is sane, gorgeous and met him in entirely undignified circumstances - she loves him too. He asks her to marry him. She says yes. Life is improving by the minute. They have the most romantic wedding imaginable - an overgrown meadow, fabulous food cooked in pits by the groom himself, twelve regretful exes and two hundred and fifty merry drunken guests dancing till dawn. And then, a fortnight later, Ross is driving Iliana home, takes his eyes off the road for a second, and the trouble starts.
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'Big themes such as sexuality, religion, family ties and love are deftly introduced and developed, and Ross and Iliana are so believable and engrossing that you're holding your breath for them by the end' -- City Life 'Adderson writes with fine precision' -- Independent 'Adderson has the ability, essential in a fiction writer, to create with a few sentences of description or dialogue, charaters whose reality is vivid and unquestionable' -- Toronto Star Praise for A History of Forgetting: 'Breathtaking...brilliant' -- Literary Review 'A moving, marvellous book' -- Eve '[A] dark and witty exploration of love and loss' -- Independent on Sunday '[An] arresting first novel...Adderson writes with a rare understanding of human frailty' -- The Times 'Intelligent and assured' -- Independent '[A] funny, sensitive, polished novel' -- Jewish Chronicle 'Astonishingly good...raw, beautifully written, this is...an author whose talent will only increase with time' -- Canada Post 'A startlingly honest novel ... an emotional, ultimately cathartic journey' -- She 'Explicit, funny and touching!Adderson does it so well that few could match [her] for skill and wisdom!elegant, snappy, beautifully crafted' -- Independent on Sunday 'Adderson writes very well!plenty of humour!a satisfying, moving read' -- Julia Darling 'an intense high of love, lust and limitless promise...sublime...Adderson's first novel brought her prizes and accolades as one of Canada's most promising writers. Her second novel delivers handsomely on that promise. Cadence and pacing are sure-footed, dialogue is pitch-perfect, the unfolding story utterly absorbing. This is a writer with all the talents required to keep on delivering ' -- Quill and Quire 'Big themes such as sexuality, religion, family ties and love are deftly introduced and developed, and Ross and Iliana are so believable and engrossing that you're holding your breath for them by the end' -- City Life Praise for A HISTORY OF FORGETTING: 'A moving, marvellous book' -- Eve
About Caroline Adderson
Caroline Adderson has won or been shortlisted for several major awards. Her first novel, A HISTORY OF FORGETTING, was widely acclaimed; this is her second. She lives in Vancouver, Canada.
Sitting Practice by Caroline Adderson
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