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Cool water / Dianne Warren.

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  • 20 of 21 copies available at BC Interlibrary Connect.
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Record details

  • ISBN: 1554685591
  • ISBN: 9781554685592 (pbk.) :
  • Physical Description: 327 pages ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Toronto : HarperCollins Canada, c2010.

Content descriptions

General Note: "A Phyllis Bruce book."
A novel.
Summary, etc.: Juliet, Saskatchewan, is a blink-of-an-eye kind of town -- the welcome sign announces a population of 1,011 people -- and itœs easy to imagine that nothing happens on its hot and dusty streets. Situated on the edge of the Little Snake sand hills, Juliet and its inhabitants are caught in limbo between a century -- old promise of prosperity and whatever lies ahead. But the heart of the town beats in the rich and overlapping stories of its people: the foundling who now owns the farm his adoptive family left him; the pregnant teenager and her mother, planning a fairytale wedding; a shy couple, well beyond middle age, struggling with the recognition of their feelings for one another; a camel named Antoinette; and the ubiquitous wind and sand that forever shift the landscape. Their stories bring the prairie desert and the town of Juliet to vivid and enduring life.
Awards Note: Winner of the Governor General's Literary Awards
Subject: Domestic fiction.
Saskatchewan > Fiction.
Prairie Provinces > Fiction.
Genre: Canadian fiction.
Canadian fiction.
Domestic fiction.
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