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A mesmerizing novella about perception and longing...
He says it's gone. They say it never existed. Daniel Hale is The Man Who Remembered the Moon.
"Thoroughly satisfying." - The Globe and Mail
When the moon disappears, Daniel Hale is shocked to find that he's the only person who remembers it. He is quickly committed. As he struggles to comprehend what might have happened to the moon - and to himself - only his doctor, the tenacious Marvin Pallister, holds out hope that Daniel might be cured of his delusion - now dubbed Hale-Pallister's Lunacy.
A virtuoso vanishing act, a puzzle in die-cut pieces, and an unexpected meditation on loss. The Man Who Remembered the Moon is a cerebral, witty novella, baffling, enigmatic and haunting.
"A superb story... an ongoing series of surprising revelations/suppositions -- surprising, yet satisfying within the rollercoaster logic of its world." - Matthew Sharpe, author of The Sleeping Father, Jamestown
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David Hull was born in Regina, and grew up in Owen Sound, Ontario. His work has appeared in The Walrus, Canadian Literature, The Malahat, The Fiddlehead, ON SPEC, and elsewhere. He was the winner of the 1998 Prairie Fire Long Fiction competition, judged by the late Matt Cohen. His first novel, The Realm of Means, was published by Dumagrad Books in 2017. He lives in Toronto.Review:
Released this summer through Amazon's curated Kindle Singles program, in print only this fall, The Man Who Remembered the Moon says something about publishing today. Its publication history is interesting not only for being digital-first but also because, outside poetry and pop-culture series, you rarely see such a slim book in print nowadays: 65 pages, 51 dedicated to the title story. Not every book has to be a multicourse meal, though; sometimes, what you want is a quick bite, and as the latter, this one is thoroughly satisfying. - The Globe and Mail, Dec 2015
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Book Description Dumagrad Books. Paperback. Condition: VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp(s). Seller Inventory # 2902857506
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Book Description Dumagrad Books. Paperback. Condition: VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp(s). Seller Inventory # 2904614647
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