Hardback and hardcover editions of this novel are hard to come by in Canada.
The Hardback Book of the Year Award was announced this month by the Canadian Press Literary Awards, which recognized the best hardcover book of the year.
The book, titled The Great Divide, was first published in 1977 and was hailed by many as a classic.
But it has not been widely translated into other languages.
The story follows two brothers, James and Robert, as they struggle to survive the ravages of war.
James is a young, unemployed construction worker, who is struggling with a drug addiction.
He is joined by his older brother Robert, a well-off businessman, who has recently married and has four young children.
They are all struggling to get by.
The family home is burned down by the Taliban, killing the family dog.
Robert’s father and older brother, a widower and a drug addict, are taken in by a British doctor, who helps them live.
In the year before they leave, James decides to follow in his father’s footsteps.
James follows his father to Afghanistan, where he finds himself fighting alongside the Taliban and facing the harsh realities of war, including death.
It is during this time that Robert’s drug addiction and his own mental health problems start to show.
In this story, James meets his new companion and falls in love.
Both James and his new friend Robert are struggling with their mental health and relationship problems.
As the war continues, James also finds himself drawn to Robert.
Their relationship begins to take a serious turn.