Cool WatereBook - 2010
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This portrait of the quintessentially Canadian prarie town of Juliet, Saskatchewan and its inhabitants won the 2010 Governor General's Award for Fiction. It is also available as an audiobook.
The Governor General's Literary Award 2010. Over the course of a single day in the small town of Juliet, Saskatchewan secrets are revealed, marriages tested and a life ended.
Governor General's Literary Award 2010.
Over the course of a single day in the small town of Juliet, Saskatchewan secrets are revealed, marriages tested and a life ended.
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Cool Water is set in the small western Canadian community of Juliet, Saskatchewan. The novel brings to life several characters who are interconnected because they share the same small town. Her characters are real people. Warren understands how where we live reflects who we are. It is an unpretentious, understated book about the basic goodness of people. Cool Water is a novel about everyday life which includes disappointments, challenges and the joys we all encounter. I love when a book surprises me and Cool Water is one of those books.
Highly Recommended. AL.
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