Suzanne Sutherland's debut novel is a stunning, heartbreaking Toronto/punk/lesbian coming-of-age story that will deeply affect everyone who's ever had, y'know, feelings. If you aren't compelled to mark up your hands with X's or start a band after reading this book, you probably never will be. - Evan Munday, author of The Dead Kids Detective Agency
Finally, the definitive Toronto novel for a new generation of readers. Suzanne Sutherland's When We Were Good is an ode to the city, to music, and to falling in love. - Kerry Clare, writer and editor at the 49th Shelf
"Sutherland is able to capture the confusion and despair in losing your closest friend and the only person who seemed to understand you and still manages to provide an 'it gets better' message...A good addition to LGBTQ offerings." - VOYA
"There is an abundance of useful and sometimes wonderful images..., quirky humour where one least expects it, and soul wrenching honesty. Katherine is a protagonist who really lives...Highly Recommended." - CM Magazine
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