Any Known Blood by Lawrence Hill
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Any Known Blood Summary
Spanning five generations, sweeping across a century and a half of almost unknown history, this acclaimed and unexpectedly funny novel is the story of a man seeking himself in the mirror of his family's past.
Any Known Blood Reviews
"His straightforward, good-humored prose, however, seems too deferent to the richness of the story being told. A touch of lyricism would limber up this lengthy work." - Publishers Weekly.
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Lawrence Hill Author Biography
Lawrence Hill is the author of the novels Any Known Blood (1999), Some Great Thing (1992) and The Book
of Negroes (2007) (Someone Knows My Name in USA) and the non-fiction
works Black Berry, Sweet Juice: On Being Black and White in Canada
(2001); Women of Vision: The Story of the Canadian Women's Association
(1996) and Trials and Triumphs: The Story of African-Canadians (1993). He
also co-authored, with Joshua Key, The Deserter's Tale: The Story of an
Ordinary Soldier Who Walked Away from the War in Iraq (2007), about
former American soldier, Joshua Key's, experiences in Iraq that led him to
desert after seven months and seek asylum in Canada.
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