No Relation

Category: Book
By (author): Fallis, Terry
Subject:  FICTION / Canadian
  FICTION / Humorous / General
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart
Published: January 2016
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 416
Size: 8.00in x 5.20in x 1.00in
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$ 19.95
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Additional Notes

From The Publisher*"Terry Fallis is fast becoming a master of fiction writing.... What delightful lunacy Fallis has concocted here, with a dollop of intrigue and even romance." Montreal Gazette

This is the story of a young copywriter in New York City. He's worked at the same agency for fifteen years, and with a recent promotion under his belt, life is good. Then, one morning this copywriter finds himself unceremoniously fired from his job, and after he catches his live-in girlfriend moving out of their apartment a couple hours later, he's also single. Believe it or not, these aren't the biggest problems in this copywriter's life. There's something bigger, something that has been haunting him his whole life, something that he'll never be able to shake. Meet Earnest Hemmingway.

What's in a name? Well, if you share your moniker with the likes of some of the most revered, infamous, and sometimes dreaded names in history, plenty. This is Earnest's lifelong plight, but now he's had enough. It's time to take back his name.

Wry, clever, and utterly engaging, No Relation is Terry Fallis at the top of his form.
Review Quote*

"So what's in a name? When it's Terry Fallis, you know it means a good book." National Post

"Fallis fans, rejoice! Terry is back!... A humorous and heart-warming tale." CBC.ca

Biographical Note

TERRY FALLIS grew up in Toronto and went to McMaster University. Drawn to politics at an early age, he worked for Cabinet Ministers both at Queen's Park and in Ottawa. His first book, The Best Laid Plans, began as a podcast, then was self-published, won the Stephen Leacock Award for Humour, was re-published to great reviews by McClelland & Stewart, and was selected the 2011 winner of CBC's Canada Reads competition. He lives in Toronto with his wife and two children and blogs about his writing life at www.terryfallis.com.