The Peter Behrens Novels Ebook Bundle

The Peter Behrens Novels Ebook Bundle

The Law of Dreams, The O’Briens, and Carry Me

Written by: Behrens, Peter

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An exclusive ebook bundle of Governor General’s Literary Award–winning author Peter Behrens’ acclaimed novels.

Winner of the Governor General's Award for Fiction, The Law of Dreams follows Fergus O'Brien from Ireland to Liverpool and Wales during the Great Potato Famine of 1847, and then beyond to a harrowing Atlantic crossing to Montreal. On the way, Fergus loses his family, discovers a teeming world beyond the hill farm where he was born, and experiences three great loves. Gorgeously written, Peter Behrens’ bestselling novel is Homeric in scope and haunting in its depiction of a young man's perilous journey from innocence to experience.

The O’Briens follows the family from The Law of Dreams two generations later: Joe O’Brien is coming of age in a new century in remote Pontiac County, Quebec, with his two brothers and two sisters by his side. Their father has abandoned the family and died in the South African war; their frail mother has remarried the abusive and lecherous Mick Heaney. Joe and his siblings escape the poverty and violence of the Pontiac, but as Joe travels the continent, building a business and a bright young family with his wife, Iseult, he is never quite able to leave his past behind.

Carry Me, winner of the Vine Award for Canadian Jewish Literature, begins in 1909 on the Isle of Wight, England, and follows Billy Lange, the son of the skipper of a racing yacht belonging to a wealthy German-Jewish baron, as he embarks on a complex love affair and faces the horrors of two world wars.

An exclusive ebook bundle of Governor General’s Literary Award–winning author Peter Behrens’ acclaimed novels.

Winner of the Governor General's Award for Fiction, The Law of Dreams follows Fergus O'Brien from Ireland to Liverpool and Wales during the Great Potato Famine of 1847, and then beyond to a harrowing Atlantic crossing to Montreal. On the way, Fergus loses his family, discovers a teeming world beyond the hill farm where he was born, and experiences three great loves. Gorgeously written, Peter Behrens’ bestselling novel is Homeric in scope and haunting in its depiction of a young man's perilous journey from innocence to experience.

The O’Briens follows the family from The Law of Dreams two generations later: Joe O’Brien is coming of age in a new century in remote Pontiac County, Quebec, with his two brothers and two sisters by his side. Their father has abandoned the family and died in the South African war; their frail mother has remarried the abusive and lecherous Mick Heaney. Joe and his siblings escape the poverty and violence of the Pontiac, but as Joe travels the continent, building a business and a bright young family with his wife, Iseult, he is never quite able to leave his past behind.

Carry Me, winner of the Vine Award for Canadian Jewish Literature, begins in 1909 on the Isle of Wight, England, and follows Billy Lange, the son of the skipper of a racing yacht belonging to a wealthy German-Jewish baron, as he embarks on a complex love affair and faces the horrors of two world wars.

Published By House of Anansi Press Inc — Jun 23, 2020
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Written By Peter Behrens is a novelist and short-story writer who won the 2006 Governor General's Award for fiction. He lives in Maine, USA. Visit Peter Behrens' website: http://www.peterbehrens.org Visit Peter Behrens' blog: http://www.autoliterate.blogspot.com/ Follow Peter Behrens on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/phbehrens
Written By
Peter Behrens is a novelist and short-story writer who won the 2006 Governor General's Award for fiction. He lives in Maine, USA. Visit Peter Behrens' website: http://www.peterbehrens.org Visit Peter Behrens' blog: http://www.autoliterate.blogspot.com/ Follow Peter Behrens on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/phbehrens