Review of “Emberton” by Peter Norman in National Post

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Peter Norman’s debut novel, Emberton, is named after a crumbling building that houses the offices of the titular dictionary company.

Although Lance Blunt is illiterate, he’s offered a job as a lexicographer. Not long after starting work, Lance is befriended by the company’s eccentric owner, Mr. Emberton, who lives upstairs in the penthouse.

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