The Antagonist by Lynn Coady
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The Antagonist Summary
A piercing epistolary novel, The Antagonist explores, with wit and compassion, how the impressions of others shape, pervert, and flummox both our perceptions of ourselves and our very nature.
The Antagonist Reviews
"A genuinely fascinating character [whose] emails evolve from clumsy rages to thoughtful, measured ruminations on crucial events in his life
.But it is Coady's ability to realistically portray his teens and university years and empathetically conduct his search for self that makes The Antagonist more than just entertainment." - Booklist
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Lynn Coady is an award-winning writer, editor, and journalist. She was born on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia and now lives in Edmonton, Alberta. She is the author of Mean Boy, Play the Monster Blind, Saints of Big Harbour, and Strange Heaven.
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