McAdam’s Some Great Thing compared to works of literary masters

Tom Adair compares Colin McAdam’s debut novel, Some Great Thing, to the work of “F. Scott Fitzgerald, though there are also echoes of Malamud, William Kennedy and Nabokov.” McAdam is a part-time Montrealer whose success in landing U.S. and U.K. book deals belies the adage that Canadian writers can’t gain recognition on the international scene.


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