Sugarmilk Falls

Sugarmilk Falls

Book - 2005
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Unveils the shameful, long-held secrets of an isolated northern Ontario town. Takes readers deep inside a community riven by prejudice and by the secrets of the past. As a thick snow of a winter's night sets in, the inhabitants gather together, induced by a questioning stranger to talk openly for the first time about the sinister events of the past.
Publisher: Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, 2005.
ISBN: 9780771087325
0771087322
Characteristics: 321 pages
Alternative Title: Sugar milk Falls

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KarenW
Mar 16, 2010

After reading the many voices in this convoluted but slightly compelling novel, I found it to be confusing to say the least. There was just too much going on to figure out what was important. In the end the story strained to create an atmosphere of deceit and mystery,that made the final expose nothing more than deeply disappointing.

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