Elias and little Sasha are walking through Montreal’s Trudeau Airport. They’ve gone to greet Luana, the boy’s mother, who is returning from a long stay abroad. But is that the whole story?
Three days earlier, a fire ravaged the deep-woods cabin where they live. Is that why Elias is so watchful? Or does it arise from the aura of mystery surrounding the child?
S.A.S.H.A. is a touching, dark and disturbing novel in which Martin Michaud enlarges his repertoire, offering us elements of noir writing blended seamlessly with science fiction.