Wednesday, January 20, 2016

New book: Poor Man's Galapagos, a novel by Christopher Canniff

Hi, Brian. 
As a student of yours and current (outgoing) President of the Canadian Authors Association Toronto Branch, I wanted to let you know that my novel Poor Man's Galapagos is now available here.
Thanks so much, and all the best to you and your students!
Sincerely,
Christopher Canniff
                 
Poor Man's Galapagos 
Tómas Harvey is an engineering student living on a small, impoverished island in Ecuador. He is conscripted into military service in the border war with Peru where he is certain he will die a senseless death. His father, a renowned British travel writer, is accused of embezzling government funds and suddenly leaves the island. While searching for answers, Tómas embarks on a journey of discovery that may lead him closer to his father and to his biological mother who abandoned him at birth, and away from his home country for the first time in his life…
The novel explores how duty shapes a family over generations, the struggle for self-discovery, and how the abandonment of selfish obligations in favour of altruism can lead to a renewed faith in humanity, and ultimately, in ourselves.

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