Camille Deslauriers is an eleven-year-old girl whose coming of age is complicated by a very particular problem: not only are her parents separated, but her father has, through a series of operations, become a woman.
Also an award-winning film, Sex of the Stars is very contemporary, very urban fiction, in which loneliness, sexual identity and the need and desire for love and acceptance are explored with wit, elegance and intense humanity.
|Publisher:||Douglas & McIntyre Ltd.|
|Product dimensions:||5.60(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Monique Proulx is one of Quebec’s most popular authors. A novelist, story writer and screenwriter, she has published five works of fiction, including Wildlives and The Heart Is an Involuntary Muscle, both of which were nominated for a Governor General’s Award. She also won the 1993 Prix Québec-Paris, le Signet d’Or de Plaisir de lire, le Prix des libraires du Québec and le Prix littéraire Desjardins. She lives in Montreal, Quebec.