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We Have A Winner!

This year's Scotiabank Giller Prize for fiction was awarded last night at a gala dinner in Toronto.  The $50,000 award went to  Joseph Boyden, for his second novel Through Black SpruceThe jury, which included Margaret Atwood, Bob Rae and Colm Toibin, said that Boyden's book is a "gripping story  filled with humour, suspense, and remarkable insights into both nature and human nature".  Set partly in Northern Ontario and partly in New York, it follows the journeys of two family members, uncle and niece, as they deal with memory, revenge and loss.

Boyden's first book, Three Day Road, was also an award winner and the book Londoners chose as their London Reads 2008 selection.  Congratulations to Joseph Boyden on his many accomplishments!