Clementine Oberst is a Ph.D. candidate specializing in television studies. Born and raised in Toronto, she has lived in Montreal and Glasgow and now calls Hamilton home. When she isn't writing her dissertation, Clementine can be found knitting, trying to cultivate a green thumb, and playing with her cats. She loves nothing more than losing herself in a good book. You can connect with her on Instagram @clementinereads.
Exploring the natural world with wonder and reverence, this compassionate, deeply inquisitive epic reaches outward to confront the great questions of existence, while looking inward to illuminate the human heart.
In this ninth novel, David Homel delivers some of his most memorable characters to date – reclusive artists, disaffected life partners, wandering ghosts, cult-affiliated nuns – in a contemporary Montreal noir that reveals how much we learn about ourselves when we begin to ask questions of others.