To me you seem giant
"It's 1994 and Pete Curtis can't wait to get out of Thunder Bay, Ontario. Already, he's playing drums in a band whose songs belong on mix-tapes everywhere. Even though his new girlfriend seems underwhelmed, he knows it's just a matter of time before he and his pals break big. Ten years later, Pete is stuck teaching high school in the hometown he longed to escape, while his former best friend and bandmate is a bona fide rock star. Told in two alternating decades, To Me You Seem Giant is a raucous and evocative story about the difficulties of living in the present when you can't escape your past. In his debut novel, Greg Rhyno remembers the time signatures of mid-nineties Canadian indie rock."-- Provided by publisher.
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Genre: Psychological fiction.
Description: 257 pages : illustration ; 23 cm.
Notes: Canadiana.Link to PAC