Queen Street

This semi-autobiographical tale navigates the meanings of family and purpose in the complexities of simply being alive.

Emmanuelle Chateauneuf

Meet Aimee — an overworked junior partner at a prestigious law firm in Manila, Philippines. One storybook romance, four back-to-back flights and nine years later, in the small of mind but big in spirit town, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., she now lives; still overworked. But as a lower class serial-full-timer and mother to her only child, Melodie — an intelligent and eccentric seven-year-old, whose big personality is only rivaled by her even bigger imagination.

Join them and a cast of unlikely characters just as confused and lost, as they stumble blindly for 12 consecutive hours through the beautifully disastrous comedy of life. (From Chapterhouse)

Queen Street is available in September 2017.
 

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