“Ginger Moran had me at the title of her book. Gushing and effusive as it may sound to say it, I loved The Algebra Of Snow. It moved me. It resonated with me. It left an impression.
Amelia’s mother died when she was six. She is a mathematician who spends summer in the Adirondacks and decides to continue her stay there into the winter with only her two dogs for company.
Amelia has been slowly withdrawing from the world for years; a withdrawal initiated in part by the loss of her mother, interrupted briefly by her marriage to her Yeats- reading husband Donovan, then further fuelled by his infidelities.
It is a winter of solitude. As Amelia begins her descent into a rich but troubled inner life, the snow begins to underpin everything.”
Selma Sergeant’s review in Tuck Magazine–Click below to read the rest!