Consolation

consolatConsolation
by Michael Redhill
2006 / 466 pages
rating: 8/ historical fiction
>>>>NOTES (Spoilers and photos) >>>> 

The book seems long but it reads quickly enough.  It’s basically an homage to the city and history of Toronto and an interesting take on history, photography, love, guilt and loneliness.

In August of 1997 David Hollis, a noted historian, has died leaving an unresolved mystery behind him.   He contends in a monograph written shortly before ALS almost completely disabled him,  that there is a diary and other artifacts beneath the harbor land to be used as a hockey stadium.  But he won’t produce the source.  Believe him or no – he is certainly convinced.  >>>>MORE>>>> 

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