Boundary Country Tom Wayman

ISBN: 9781897235256

Published: April 19th 2007

Paperback

272 pages


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Boundary Country  by  Tom Wayman

Boundary Country by Tom Wayman
April 19th 2007 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 272 pages | ISBN: 9781897235256 | 8.12 Mb

Stories that stalk the borderlands between people, eras and geographies - half the tales roam todays BC Interior valleys, and half range from the US Civil War, to 1930s Europe and Toronto, to contemporary Vancouver. Boundary Country is aMoreStories that stalk the borderlands between people, eras and geographies - half the tales roam todays BC Interior valleys, and half range from the US Civil War, to 1930s Europe and Toronto, to contemporary Vancouver.

Boundary Country is a hitchhikers guide to the quirks and foibles of those who live in British Columbias distinctive Kootenay mountain region. The stories capture those precise moments where history becomes memory, desire transforms into belief, and where some locale or condition alters and we name it a boundary. Deploying a heady mix of settlers descendants from the US Civil War and 1930s Europe to contemporary resource industry employees, back-to-thelanders, and the new wave of transplanted urban professionals, Waymans first person narratives capture those voices in near perfect pitch - their personalities echoing their geography, their substance steeped in authenticity and their collective truth reminding us that the only true wilderness that remains is within ourselves.



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