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An affair. A marriage. Accidental encounters. A secret spying mission masquerading as research for a short story on desire. This is the rich ground from with The Darren Effect springs, carrying us through the complexities, tragedies, and unanticipated triumphs of love and loss.
The Darren Effect is a miraculous novel, in which the characters coalesce and crisscross in awkward, surprising, and hilarious ways. Damaged by grief and circumstance, Heather, Isabella, Darren, and Benny offer each other heartbreak, love, and redemption at a time when all previous points of reference have vanished.
About the Author
Libby Creelman’s prose is understated, elegant, incisive and devastatingly funny. She is the author of Walking in Paradise, a short fiction collection shortlisted for the first annual Winterset Award. Her stories have also been appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies, including Best Canadian Stories and two editions of the Journey Prize Anthology. She lives in St. John’s.
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- Paperback: 258 pages
- Publisher: Goose Lane Editions (March 7, 2008)
- ISBN-10: 0864925069
- ISBN-13: 978-0864925060
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