A good house

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HarperFlamingoCanada, 1999 - Fiction - 283 pages
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User Review  - Deane - Goodreads

About 1/3 of the way into this novel "A Good House", I kept thinking about how to describe the writing style and the word 'monotone' came to mind. It reminded me of someone talking with no sharp ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kris - My Novelesque Life - Goodreads

4 STARS "A Good House begins in 1949 in Stonebrook, Ontario, home to the Chambers family. The postwar boom and hope for the future color every facet of life: the possibilities seem limitless for Bill ... Read full review


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About the author (1999)

Bonnie Burnard's new novel, A Good House has just been awarded the prestigious 1999 Giller Prize. Her collection of short stories, Casino, was also nominated for the Giller, in 1994. Bonnie's first short story collection, Women of Influence published by Coteau Books in 1989, won the Commonwealth Best First Book Award, the first time a Canadian ever received that award.

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