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User Review  - vplprl - LibraryThing

Fantastic story. An unforgettable and complex character study of a deeply conflicted man at the precipice of his life. Can we ever be certain of an individual’s guilt or innocence? Is violence ever justified? Can any act of contrition redeem our own complicity? Penelope Read full review

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User Review  - PamelaReads - LibraryThing

With Linden MacIntyre being one of my favourite journalists, I was thrilled to hear of his novel being honoured as the winner of the Scotiabank Giller prize for 2009. After reading the synopsis of the ... Read full review

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User Review  - johnredmond - LibraryThing

I can see why this novel won Canada's Giller prize. It's not without ambition, and it is respectful of the "Bishop's Man" who is its central character. The aforesaid man being a priest in an Atlantic ... Read full review

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