Come Find Me When The Colour Returns - Novel by A.M. Methot
On a cold February morning in 1966, Hannah arrives at Eight Mile Point on Lake Simcoe to ice fish for freshwater herring. She and her father visited the lake a few times when she was a child, a tradition cut short by her parent's untimely death.
Unable to focus on the manuscript she is supposed to work on, Hannah instead finds herself ruminating on what has brought her here after all these years. Her brother, the only remaining family she has, departed on a journey she cannot comprehend, and distance has grown between them. She is also wrestling with the rapid disintegration of her relationship with Nate, her long-time friend turned lover, which has left her jaded and bewildered.
Fragmented and somewhat unstable, Hannah is plagued by haunting memories of her past throughout the trip. She tries to understand where she once was and how to move forward in uncertainty.