The Time In Between

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author = David Bergen
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genre = Literary fiction
publisher = McClelland & Stewart in Canada
Random House in the USA
pub_date = August 16, 2005
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pages = 288 (McClelland & Stewart), 256 (Random House)
isbn = ISBN 978-0771011788 (McClelland & Stewart)
ISBN 9781400062409
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"The Time In Between" is a novel by Canadian author David Bergen. It deals with a man named Charles Boatman, who mysteriously returns to Vietnam, where he had been a soldier earlier in his life, and his children, Ada and Jon, who also go to Vietnam to search for him.

Although generally called a war novel, the author states that he " [doesn't] see "The Time In Between" as a war novel" []

"The Time In Between" was the recipient of the 2005 Scotiabank Giller Prize.

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