The World More Full of Weeping

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Harper Collins, Apr 10, 2012 - Fiction - 104 pages
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Eleven-year-old Brian Page spends every waking moment in the forest behind the house where he lives with his father. But forests are always deeper than anyone can know. Secrets are hidden in the eternal twilight of the trees. Those secrets emerge into light when Brian disappears in the forest, as his father did three decades before. His father, however, came home with no memory of the events in the depths of the forest. What has drawn Brian away? Will he emerge, shuddering and broken, as his father did, or will the forests close around him, as they have done so often before?

  

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User Review  - FrancescaForrest - LibraryThing

This story unfolded exactly as I wanted it to. It's what I always dream for and what few stories seem willing to offer--but more can't be said without spoilers (or perhaps even that little bit is a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Chattery Teeth - Goodreads

For some this book might strike closer to home; perhaps as some kind of solace. To myself, and I imagine to others, it felt like a writing exercise in how to make people cry. To poke at nerves; to say ... Read full review

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Notes
Acknowledgements
About the Author
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About the author (2012)

Robert J. Wiersema is a bookseller and reviewer, who contributes regularly to the Vancouver Sun, the Globe and Mail, the Ottawa Citizen, and numerous other newspapers. Wiersema is also the event coordinator for Bolen Books, and the author of Before I Wake and Bedtime Story, which were both national bestsellers. He lives in Victoria, B.C., with his son, Xander.

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