By the Giller Prize-winning author of "The Polished Hoe
A finalist for the Governor General's Award
When a man and a woman meet on a summer day, they begin a conversation that will change both their lives. As their words weave a web of intimacy, the man finds himself drawn into recollections of his childhood on an island in the Caribbean, and to reflections on his life in Toronto. But who is she, this woman he meets at a party? What is behind her dark secrets? What can anyone know about another - really? As their relationship hurtles forward, he gradually finds himself part of a strange triangle of affections, until events escalate, leading to the novel's dramatic final scenes. "The Question is a brilliant, devastating foray into the mysterious and highly charged realm of relationships and colliding cultures.
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Review: QuestionUser Review - Dawn - Goodreads
By the end of this book, I utterly hated every single character. The story jumped around between current observations and past memories so much it was difficult to keep the story line straight. And I'm pretty sure the main character was mute. Yeah, I didn't like it. Read full review