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Author:
Alan Cumyn
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978-0771024924
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McClelland & Stewart; First Edition edition (2003)
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Alan Cumyn’s books include Man of Bone (1998), winner of the Ottawa-Carleton Book Award (as it was then known) and a finalist for the Trillium Book Award in 1999 . Alan Cumyn lives in Ottawa.

Alan Cumyn’s books include Man of Bone (1998), winner of the Ottawa-Carleton Book Award (as it was then known) and a finalist for the Trillium Book Award in 1999; Burridge Unbound (2000), which won the Ottawa Book Award and was a finalist for The Giller Prize; Losing It (2001); and The Sojourn (2003). His children’s book The Secret Life of Owen Skye was a finalist for the Governor General’s Award for Children’s Literature (2002).

Highly praised as one of the best novels of the First World War, Alan Cumyn’s The Sojourn tells the story of a young Canadian soldier’s emotional journey through duty, fear, and love. From the front lines at Ypres to the seductive streets of London to By the award-winning author of Burridge Unbound, a finalist for the Giller Prize A Globe and Mail Notable Book of the Year.

In this anticipated follow-up to The Sojourn, Alan Cumyn continues the story of Ramsay Crome, an artist who never quite came home from the First World War.

Nominated for the Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children Award and the TD Children's Literature Award. As the new school year unfolds, the magic of the Skye brothers' antic adventures is replaced by a different kind of magic - of stillness, when Owen visits the haunted house in the dead of winter, and of insight, as he begins to see his father in a new light. In this anticipated follow-up to The Sojourn, Alan Cumyn continues the story of Ramsay Crome, an artist who never quite came home from the First World War. The horrors of a German prisoner of war camp haunt him, as does the memory of his sweetheart, his beautiful Margaret. From the front lines at Ypres to the seductive streets of London to memorPrize By the award-winning author of Burridge Unbound, a finalist for the Giller Prize A Globe and Mail Notable Book of the Year.

By the award-winning author of Burridge Unbound, a finalist for the Giller Prize A Globe and Mail Notable Book of the Year Highly praised as one of the best novels of the First World War, Alan Cumyn's The Sojourn tells the story of a young Canadian soldier's emotional journey through duty, fear, and love.

Alan Cumyn was born in Ottawa, and studied at Royal Roads Military College and Queen's University before earning an . in Creative Writing and English Literature at the University of Windsor. He is a former English teacher and freelance writer. He has won the Ottawa-Carleton Book Award in 1999 and was a Torgi Award Finalist, as well as a Trillium Award Finalist in 1999.

Alan Cumyn (born 8 January 1960) is a Canadian novelist who lives in Ottawa, Ontario. Born in Ottawa, Alan Cumyn studied at Royal Roads Military College in 1983, and Queen's University before earning an .

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Alan Cumyn (born 8 January 1960) is. . The Secret Life of Owen Skye - 2002 (Received a Mr. Christie's Book Award; nominated for a Governor General's Award).

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