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    Don Gillmor has again put into words the strong attachment between character and setting. Harry's Toronto is what made him who he is (and isn't) and he cannot escape it. His house borders on the Mount Pleasant cemetery: an irony not lost on the reader. I loved the descriptions of the people and places around town. Gillmor puts together the pieces of Harry's puzzle skillfully and subtly and ends with his metaphorical rebuilding. A great read!
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    Mount Pleasant

    A first rate read, especially for native Torontonians. Beautifully conceived characters and a plot that stokes memories in many of us.
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    Mount Pleasant.

    Well written but nothing special. A story about an average guy hoping for an inheritance that didn't happen. He thought that it would rid him of his debt and eventually had to make decisions to get on with life without it.Sound familiar? Kind of like waiting for the big lottery win, meanwhile life is passing you by.
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    Very disappointing

    I purchased this in particular due to it's ties to Toronto and the story line. The writing was disjointed and difficult to imagine the flow of the story line.
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