The Cellist of Sarajevo by Steven Galloway

Exquisite and profoundly moving, The Cellist of Sarajevo shows how life under siege creates impossible moral choices.  It is a story about survival, about the temptation to hate and refusal to do so, about the persistence of the human spirit in a time of fear and suffering. Sometimes the blurb on the inside flap or … Continue reading The Cellist of Sarajevo by Steven Galloway

Steven Galloway

Steven Galloway is a Canadian writer, born in Vancouver B.C. in 1975.  (So young!)  He now lives in New Westminster.  He has written four novels, one of which I am going to read shortly, as the G-Book for my CanLit Project. Finnie Walsh (2000) - shortlisted for the First Novel Award Ascension (2003) - … Continue reading Steven Galloway