Three lives, one unreliable narrator and the inventor of the Garamond typeface. What is the connection?
This is All a Lie opens with Ray leaving is mistress, Nancy, for the final time. Ray’s wife, Tulah, is filled with denial when she is drawn into Ray’s messy affair. What are the consequences of losing intimacy? Who is Claude Garamond? The answers lie within… perhaps.
Thomas Trofimuk, author
Writer Thomas Trofimuk’s first novel, The 52nd Poem, won the George Bugnet Novel of the Year Award and the City of Edmonton Book Prize. His second novel, the critically acclaimed Doubting Yourself to the Bone, was named as one of the Globe and Mail’s top 100 must-read books for 2006. A third book, Waiting for Columbus, was released in 2009 in the US, Canada, the UK, Serbia, Poland, Brazil, China and Quebec (in translation). Waiting for Columbus won the City of Edmonton Book Prize and was a nominee for the 2011 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award. Thomas Trofimuk lives (and writes) in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Visit: www.thomastrofimuk.com.
- elightfully inventive and provocative […]. Ironically, "This Is All a Lie" comes off as marvelously authentic. - Dave Williamson, Winnipeg Free Press Link to review
- excruciatingly good - Fish Griwkowsky, The Edmonton Journal
- "This Is All A Lie" is a powerful, dazzling accomplishment - Starred Review, Quill & Quire
- A National Post The Complete NP99: The best books of 2017 pick!
Rights Holder: Enfiled & Wizenty, an imprint of Great Plains Publications
rights available: World
age range: Adult
number of pages: 320
publication date: 10/01/2018
Original language of pub: English
Materials Available: finished book