Schrodinger's Dog

Author(s): Martin Dumont

Modern & Contemporary

A striking first novel about the power of a father's love for his son and the heart-wrenching choices we have to make in the face of death. Yanis's world is Pierre, the son he raised as a single parent. For nearly twenty years, Yanis spent his nights as a cabdriver with Pierre always at his side, so as not to miss a moment in each other's company. Yanis and Pierre also share a love of diving in pursuit of that magical moment when they lose themselves in the deep sea. When enveloped by the natural world, Yanis and Pierre relish an escape from life's pressures. But for some time, Pierre has been tired. Too tired. Despite how attentively Yanis watched him, Yanis missed the early signs of illness. Faced with the harsh reality of his son's numbered days, Yanis struggles to invent a life his son won't have the time to live.

Product Information

General Fields

  • : 9781635429985
  • : Other Press, LLC
  • : Other Press, LLC
  • : 0.368317
  • : March 2020
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  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Martin Dumont
  • : Paperback
  • : English
  • : 144