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A Witness To Life
Green returns to the history of his own family with the prequel to his critically acclaimed Shadow of Ashland. This is the story of Martin Radey, Greens grandfather. Radey, the child of Irish immigrant parents in late nineteenth-century Canada, lived most of his life in Toronto, for years a single parent after the death of his young wife. But this is his story beginning a
Paperback, 240 pages
Published September 2nd 2000 by Forge Books
(first published March 15th 1999)
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Interesting take on the narrator's look back on his life and values as he is passing out of this life as we know it. Not a profound read, but enough light drama from the 1900's is packed is this small story to easily digest.
Green received a BA in English in 1967 from the University of Toronto, an MA from University College, Dublin, and a BEd in 1973 from the University of Toronto. He is the author of 8 books (7 novels and a short story collection) and is a 2-time World Fantasy Award finalist and a 5-time Prix Aurora Award finalist. His work has been translated into French, Italian, Danish, Polish and Portuguese.More about Terence M. Green...