The Flying Troutmans

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ISBN 9780571341023 Format Paperback
9780571341023
Paperback
Published 04/07/2019 Length 288 pages
288

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Hattie, living in Paris, has just been dumped by her boyfriend when she receives a phone call from her eleven-year-old niece, Thebes. Hattie’s sister Min is having a particularly dark episode and Thebes asks Hattie to come and look after her and her brother Logan. When Hattie arrives back in Canada, and realises that she is out of her depth, she hatches a plan to find the children’s long-lost father. With only the most tenuous lead, she piles Logan and Thebes into the family van and heads south. Hilarious and heart-rending, The Flying Troutmans tells the story of a fractured family on the verge of spinning off its axles and a road trip that might just keep them together.
Hattie, living in Paris, has just been dumped by her boyfriend when she receives a phone call from her eleven-year-old niece, Thebes. Hattie’s sister Min is having a particularly dark episode and Thebes asks Hattie to come and look after her and her brother Logan. When Hattie arrives back in Canada, and realises that she is out of her depth, she hatches a plan to find the children’s long-lost father. With only the most tenuous lead, she piles Logan and Thebes into the family van and heads south. Hilarious and heart-rending, The Flying Troutmans tells the story of a fractured family on the verge of spinning off its axles and a road trip that might just keep them together.
  • About Miriam Toews

    Miriam Toews (pronounced tâves) was born in 1964 in the small Mennonite town of Steinbach, Manitoba. She has published four novels and a memoir of her father, and is the recipient of numerous literary awards including the Governor General's Award, the McNally Robinson Book of the Year Award (twice), and the Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize. In 2007 she made her screen debut in the film Luz silenciosa. She was nominated for Best Actress at Mexico's Ariel Awards for her performance.,Miriam Toews (pronounced tâves) was born in 1964 in the small Mennonite town of Steinbach, Manitoba. She has published five novels and a memoir of her father, and is the recipient of numerous literary awards including the Governor General's Award, the McNally Robinson Book of the Year Award (twice), and the Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize.

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