Help Me, Jacques Cousteau

Help Me, Jacques Cousteau

Book - 1995
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With her multiple-award-winning, bestselling, and critically acclaimed novel The Outlander, Gil Adamson established herself as one of North America's preeminent fiction writers. But ten years before The Outlander Adamson published another book of fiction with a small press, and writers, readers, and critics immediately sat up and took note. With this new updated edition, Adamson's fascinating portrait of a young woman's coming of age is ready for readers once again. Help Me, Jacques Cousteau presents the life and times of Hazel, who is born into an extraordinary family alongside her brother Andrew. Hazel's experiences, at once odd and completely believable, involve a diverse cast of family members who share only one thing: a penchant for eccentric behavior. In portraying a strange, compelling, dysfunctional family, Adamson demonstrates her powerful prose style, uniquely combining a scientist's loving attention to detail, a comic's unerring delivery, and a poet's sublime ear.
Publisher: Erin, Ont. : Porcupine's Quill, [1995]
Copyright Date: ©1995
ISBN: 9780887847998
Branch Call Number: ADA
Characteristics: 149 pages ;,23 cm


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Aug 20, 2013

Inhaled this fantastic book in a couple of days. Brilliant snapshots of life woven together as a whole. Thank you Gil Adamson

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