"Days and Nights on the Amazon is a novel as dark, rich and mysterious as the river of the title. This is the erotic inner voice of woman, at times teasing and playful or taunting and tempting, but always aware of its power. It is a novel of love and obsession; an exploration of life rooted in nature."
- The Calgary Herald
What do a Canadian farm woman and a Brazilian plant collector have in common? An enigmatic death, a monkey and destiny. Liberty Hall and Acacia Aranha are worlds apart, but share the same dreams. Death brings them together in the city of Manaus on the Amazon River, but pales beside the river journey Libby and Acacia are compelled to take- a journey of mystery and revelation.
Turnstone Press acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Manitoba Arts Council, the Government of Canada, and the Province of Manitoba through Manitoba Sport, Culture and Heritage.