Six degrees of freedom
"A novel featuring obsession and adventure, science experiments and parakeets, coding and container ships, Six Degrees of Freedom was the winner of the Governor General's Literary Award in its original French-language version. Nicolas Dickner is a previous winner of Canada Reads for the novel Nikolski. Three characters, three separate paths to freedom. Lisa is a young woman with an eccentric and absent mother and a father slowly succumbing to Alzheimer's. Lisa's friend Éric is an agoraphobic hacker who ends up getting rich in Denmark before his eighteenth birthday. And Jay is a former computer pirate who's paying her debt to society, day by stultifiying day, working for the RCMP in Montreal. But when Jay learns of the existence of the mysterious ship container Papa Zulu she begins a clandestine investigation to discover who made it disappear and what they are trying to hide."-- Provided by publisher.
8 available of 16 items
- Hackers -- Fiction.
- Montréal (Québec) -- Fiction.
- Ocean travel -- Fiction.
- Stowaways -- Fiction.
- Voyages around the world -- Fiction.
- Lederhendler, Lazer, 1950- translator.
- translation of: Dickner, Nicolas, 1972- Six degrés de liberté. English.
Description: 325 pages ; 21 cm
- Winner of the 2015 French-language Governor General's Literary Award for Fiction