I really enjoyed Michelle Berry’s novel Interference. At first glance, it might seem like a simple novel but speaks volumes about the human experience. It examines how people can come into our lives, for the better or worse, and how we respond, physically or mentally, to them can reveal a lot about who we are.
The novel is comprised of short stories about the neighbours on Edgewood Street in a small town called Parkville. It has everything from Seniors Ladies Leisure League hockey, teenagers, child abduction, disfigurement, and cancer. As it progresses, readers will begin to notice how interconnected the characters’ lives really are. Continue reading