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The Time in Between (Audiobook)

The Time in Between (Audiobook)

Duration:  4h Abridged
Pub Date: July 15, 2007
BTC Audiobooks  /  Fiction  /  Novels
Audio CD:   9780864924711    $29.95

In this beautiful and timely adaptation of David Bergen's 2005 Giller Prize-winning novel, Charles Boatman leaves the Fraser Valley and returns mysteriously to Vietnam, where he fought twenty-nine years earlier as a young, reluctant soldier. What he finds seems irreconcilable with his memories and he disappears.

When his daughter, Ada, and her brother, Jon, travel to the streets of Da Nang and beyond to search for him, their quest takes them into the heart of a country at once incomprehensible, impassive, and beautiful. There, they become entangled in the lives of those they encounter until gradually they learn the truth of their father's disappearance. Moving between father and daughter, the present and the past, The Time in Between is an unforgettable story about one family, two cultures, and a profound emotional journey.
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Praised by the Montreal Gazette as "one of Canada’s best writers" and by the Globe and Mail as "inventive and electrifying," David Bergen is the bestselling author of ten novels and two collections of short stories. In book after book, he has harnessed the written word to illuminate the human condition.

Among his most acclaimed works are The Time in Between, winner of the Scotiabank Giller Prize; The Matter with Morris, winner of the Carol Shields Winnipeg Book Award and the Margaret Laurence Award for Fiction, and a finalist for the Giller Prize and the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award; The Age of Hope, a national bestseller and a finalist for Canada Reads; and Here the Dark, a finalist for the Giller Prize.

David Bergen lives in Winnipeg.

Narrator Michael Hogan has performed on stage, in films, and on television. He has won Genie Awards for supporting roles in Solitaire and Diplomatic Immunity and currently stars in Battlestar Galactica.

Tricia Collins is a Vancouver-based actor, playwright, and performance artist.