The Bibliobroads on The House on Selkirk Avenue: A strikingly-rendered portrait of Montreal in all its complexities, and of a woman who is equally complicated
Bibliobroads Kelly Beers praised The House on Selkirk Avenue, describing it as “a strikingly-rendered portrait of Montreal in all its complexities, and of a woman who is equally complicated. Can we ever revisit the past and come away unscathed? Can we examine our previous choices and make peace with ourselves – both past and present? … Karafilly has written a powerful novel that addresses these questions with sensitivity, acumen and an artist’s eye for capturing the truth that lives in our hidden selves.”
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