Format: Trade Paperback
Dimensions: 352 pages, 8.5 × 5.56 × 0.8 in
Published: April 1, 2000
Publisher: Breakwater Books Ltd.
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1550811576
ISBN - 13: 9781550811575
From the Publisher
The heart and spirit of an indomitable people travel far in time and space ... The unexpected luxury of a day spent at the home of a Hollywood star leads three old friends to share secret facets of their lives, both tragic and triumphant. Excited to retu to the home of her youth after a lifetime spent away, a woman lea s that the life of a childhood friend has been a bleak, awful shadow of her own. The streets of Vancouver seem to glitter with promises of love and success, but a young man is forced to perceive the grittier reality that hides beneath. A young woman, unwilling to stay at home with her baby while the rest of the world is celebrating, performs an impulsive act of love and selfishness that will shatter the lives of a family she cares for as much as her own. These are only a few of the stirring, unforgettable, often heartbreaking stories in a lyrical collection exploring life and love, terror and joy, fury and deep sorrow. Above all the tales explore the bonds of family and friendship, while celebrating the Newfoundlander''s vital sense of identity. The Topography of Love will resonate deeply in the hearts of readers everywhere who cherish subtle, eloquent, evocative fiction. Be ice Morgan is the author of previous novels published to widespread popular and critical acclaim, including Random Passage and its companion Waiting for Time, which won the Canadian Author''s Association Award
About the Author
Bernice Morgan was born in preconfederate Newfoundland. She has worked for many years in public relations, first with Memorial University of Newfoundland, and later with Newfoundland Teachers'' Association. Many of her short stories have been published in small magazines, anthologies and school textbooks. The mother of two daughters and a son, she lives in St. John''s, Newfoundland. Random Passage, the 4-part television mini-series, based on her book, aired on CBC Television, beginning January 27, 2002.