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The Spaces Between
Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2017
This is a startling piece of literature, the first of a trilogy that has some of the finest poetry ever. It invites one to think, slowly, carefully about life and death, even the almost dead and those who almost live. This book is not a quick read, by any means, and by all means not a book to set aside. Yes, there is lots about fishing, lots about ice and snow, oceans and mountains, and the insignificant (or significant) space between where humans live or try to live. Follow this book with the next one, "Angels of Sorrow" and then with the final one, "Heart of Man." You will never regret it.