Rosemary Cooke discovers the awful truth about her sister who was sent away aged five. A difficult book to summarise without giving away the plot!
✎ “This is not what I expected from Fowler at all, and it really is impossible to talk about the book without giving it all away. What I can say is this book is highly emotive, educational and gripping, with Kafka references. By the end I did think Fowler was using fiction as a platform to push her beliefs, but it was so well done, I forgave her! This book just needs to be read. Read it!” – Rachel
✎ “Honestly can’t say much without giving the most important plot twist away. This book really resonated with me – I loved it so much and would recommend it heartily to everybody.” – Suzy