Jackmans Cliff

Tales to Take You Beyond the Brink

JACKMAN, Cliff Taal: Engels

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Jackmans Cliff

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Be prepared to be taken down some dark twisting roads as you journey through the mind of Cliff Jackman. This engaging set of six short stories is filled with thought-provoking surprises and numerous twists and turns. No surprise that Jackman has been called Canada's answer to Stephen King. Jackman masterfully takes you to the edge of madness - then invites you to join him on the other side - highly recommended. - Michael Davie, author, The Late Man

From the Publisher:
A superb collection of a half-dozen intriguing short stories from one of Canada's best new writers, who has deservedly drawn favourable comparisons with Stephen King. A truly captivating offering and an absolute joy to read.

Cliff Jackman first captured international attention with the 2010 release of his first book, Deeper, a critically acclaimed collection of intriguing short stories that had critics favourably comparing him to Stephen King. Jackman followed this success with the release of his widely praised debut novel, The Black Box, in 2012 and has now returned to the world of short stories in 2013 with what is perhaps his finest work to date: Jackman's Cliff. Jackman was born in Deep River and raised in Ottawa. He received a Bachelor's in English from York University, a Master's in English from Queen's University, and a Bachelor of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School. The writer and practicing lawyer lives in Guelph and works in Toronto where he finds no end of inspiration for the colourful characters that populate his books.
ISBN
9781897453391
Vorm
Paperback
Uitgever
Manor House Publishing Inc
Druk
1e
Verschenen
15-10-2013
Taal
Engels
Pagina's
144 pp.
Genre
Literaire fictie
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