The Last Crossing
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A rethinking of the genre of the "western", The Last Crossing is a tale of interwoven lives and stories taking place in the last half of the 19th century, travelling from England to the United States and the Canadian west.
Awards and nominations
- The Last Crossing was one of the selected books in the 2004 edition of Canada Reads, championed by musician Jim Cuddy. The Last Crossing eventually won the competition.
- Nominated, IMPAC Dublin Literary Award (2004)
- The Last Crossing at McClelland & Stewart
- IMPAC Dublin Literary Award citation for The Last Crossing
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