"[A] shining debut . . . Foxlee captures the small ways that humans reveal themselves, the mysterious intensity of female adolescence, and the surreal quiet of a grieving house, which slowly and with astonishing resilience fills again with sound and music." From the Hardcover edition.
A powerful and touching coming-of-age story set in the Australian outback.
'There are shades of The Lovely Bones and The Virgin Suicides in this luminous depiction of an Australian family's shock and grief at the sudden death of a 14-year-old girl.' Guardian