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Janus

Marjorie Lewis

Janus is a heart-wrenching story from Marjorie Lewis: a story of love, hate, poverty and adversity, and of wanderlust. 

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-606-5
Published : 27/08/2020
Pages : 196
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Marjorie Lewis

Marjorie Lewis was born in Montreal, and was one of four children. When she was thirty-five, she decided to take a course in creative writing. She wrote many short stories that were published in the local press and women's magazines. She then decided to write her own story, Janus. Marjorie now lives in British Columbia.

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Janus is a heart-wrenching story from Marjorie Lewis: a story of love, hate, poverty and adversity, and of wanderlust. Following the lives of three generations of the Lewis family, this saga is teeming with pathos and hardships as each generation tackles the same issues of the last. The trials and tribulations of family life in a more difficult time begins with a young Albert Lewis, struggling to fit in with his society and his family, in the cold and bitter early 20th century, Wales: his mother, Florence, the only real love in his life. As his family life begins to unravel, his mother whisks him and his siblings away - on a long sea voyage to the embrace of Canadian shores. What seemed like a chance for redemption and a moment of hope, the situation soon spirals out of control. Could this fresh start begin to heal the Lewis' open wounds or will the effects leave a scar on the new generations to come, enabling the same mistakes to be passed down?

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