Nothing the Same, Everything Haunted by Gary Barwin


Hardcover, 2021. Fiction/WWII/Hamilton author. Gary Barwin is a writer, composer, artist and author of 25 book of poetry, fiction, and books for children. In his new novel, Nothing the Same, Everything Haunted, it is 1941 and Nazis have invaded Lithuania. Motl, the Jewish nerdy protagonist of this tale, has lived a quiet life at home with his mother since being injured in in WWI. He lives in a fantasy world, immersed in cowboy novels by writers like Karl May – books that are equally loved by Hitler and the troops that are out to exterminate people like Motl. This novel is “A wild, witty, yet heartrending exploration of genocide, persecution, colonialism, and masculinity – saturated in Gary Barwin’s perfect pun-play – Nothing the Same, Everything Haunted is a one-of-a-kind novel of sheer genius.” (from book cover). SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Price includes GST

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