Published: September 19, 2008
Non-Fiction / Biography & Memoir
Paperback: 9780864924636 $22.95
Sometimes the life we have constructed needs to fall apart before we can begin the process of making something better. After his first marriage ended, Philip Lee found himself living with his younger brother in an old fisherman's house by the sea, trying to restore some order to the wreckage of his life. It was a dark year of rain-bucket showers, blowtorch espresso, and abandoned renovation projects. They were bachelors in every sense of the word.
Philip Lee teaches journalism at St. Thomas University in Fredericton. He began his career as an investigative reporter in Atlantic Canada and is the author of numerous books, including Home Pool: The Fight to Save the Atlantic Salmon. He is a passionate defender of rivers and the people who love them.
"Beautifully written ... informative, entertaining and filled with hope... a must read for anyone who has walked through the pain of divorce and the joy of re-discovering love." — The Book Club, Halifax
"[Lee's] often startling vulnerability and openness invites readers to draw from his experience both the assurance that someone else has been where they are and points of departure for their own reflection on loving others." — The Daily Gleaner