Doubting Yourself to the Bone by Thomas Trofimuk. Recommended by Melanie Owen.

Doubting Yourself to the Bone by Thomas Trofimuk

Published September 2005 by Cormorant Books

ISBN: 978-1896951867

The Recommend:

People getting lost, people trying to be found, a broken down van of Buddhist monks in the BC interior – this novel has it all.

Funny, sad, deeply poetic, some brooding but no Muskoka chairs – I recommend it to everyone, especially those who get sick of me talking about As For Me and My House.

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About Melanie Owen

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Melanie is a freelance writer, editor and social media dabbler in Calgary, Alberta.

Her current project is reading through the New Canadian Library collection from start to exhaustion (boredom? Insanity?) and writing about it with Alexis Kienlen at Roughing it in the Books.

They also host a yearly Canada Reads Challenge.

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