A MemoirBook - 1999
During David's disjointed upbringing, the comings and goings of his parents are unannounced and unpredictable, their extramarital affairs unacknowledged but undeniable, their eventual parting no less painful for being in the best interests of all concerned. Leonard Cohen, meanwhile, is an equally enigmatic figure, the dark troubadour, suave mystic, and family friend whom Irving views as his true spiritual son and at whose home on the island of Hydra the story finds its inevitable resolution.
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : Macfarlane Walter & Ross, c1999.
Characteristics: 243 p. ;,24 cm.