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The Olive and the Dawn by Ian Orti

Olive

The Olive and the Dawn explores the grey zones of life: the psychological non-space people find themselves once the reference points that shaped their existence suddenly become stripped away. This book reveals glitches in the human design, with characters who confront an equally fallible God, asserting, contrary to popular belief, that unwavering self-destruction is the very essence of humanity. Orti reveals a world where even good choices come with bad consequences, childhood sports heroes make more sense than Jesus, and God is no less of a bully than the month of November.

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English

Fiction

2009

9780981248806

Snare Books

Montreal

2009

96

softcover