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A traumatic life

October 28th, 2020

In her tenth novel, Forest Green (Doubleday $29.95) Victoria-born Kate Pullinger explores how trauma can warp a life with the story of a man who begins life in the Okanagan Valley during the Great Depression, is haunted by his experiences as a World War II soldier, nomadically works in logging camps across B.C., finds one great love but it’s turbulent, and ends up homeless on Vancouver’s streets. Pullinger won the Governor General’s Award for her 2009 novel, The Mistress of Nothing. 9780385683043

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