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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > June 2017 > Tilting at windmills

Tilting at windmills

Pasha Malla returns with a flawed – but very funny – sophomore novel

Fugue States

Pasha Malla

Knopf Canada

IN THE WAKE of his father’s death, Ash, the 30-something Toronto-based host of a literary radio show, finds a single credible candidate for the position of “buddy.” Matt, who has been a more or less steady presence in Ash’s life since childhood, travelled halfway across Canada to be at the Montreal funeral of Ash’s father and is the only figure in Ash’s oddly underpopulated social and professional life to stick around afterward.

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