The Northern Lights

By Howard Norman
(Picador, Paperback, 9780312283377, 240pp.)

Publication Date: October 1, 2001

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Description

In the frozen wilderness of northern Manitoba, fourteen-year-old Noah Krainik lives with his mother and cousin. With his quirky, cheerful best friend, Pelly Bay, he explores this exotic, lonely landthe domain of Cree Indians, trappers, missionaries, and fugitives from the modern world. When tragedy strikes, Noah must go on alone, discovering a new life in the south and the bustling of Toronto. It is there in the Northern Lights movie theatrewith a Cree family taking up residence in the projection booth, and the reappearance of his elusive fatherthat Noah becomes an adult.




About the Author

Howard Norman is also a National Book Award finalist for The Bird Artist. His other works include The Museum Guard, The Chauffeur, a collection of stories, and The Haunting of L., his most recent novel. He received a Lannan Award in fiction. He resides in Vermont and Washington D.C.

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