The Double-Hook, Sheila Watson
- Warped, extremely bleak, (Subarctic-?)Western-Canadian fiction. I found this very difficult and slow, but that's all intentional in this book. The author writes very "sparse prose" in which each word unfortunately packs in a great deal more information than most books do in a chapter. And that's tiring.
I can't say I don't like it, though. Something is itching at me to go back and figure out just what the hell it was all about. The ending is good.