When winter comes, I find myself drawn to books with a strong authorial voice that matches my inward thoughts: Swanns Way, by Marcel Proust; To the Lighthouse, by Virginia Woolf; The Lover, by Marguerite Duras, to name just a few. Joining these is Kim Thuys Ru, a recently translated novel that tells the story of a young girl growing up in a fractured Saigon, eventually forced to run with her family all the way to Canada.
Stories of male infidelity have been around since the first recorded narratives, and we continue to find new ways to tell them.
- A Second Birth by Larissa Zimberoff
- The Relativity of Small (Or, the Affairs of Men): Two Novellas by Larissa Zimberoff