Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Weight: 420 g
A story of two sisters, past and present.
Their differences are obvious, and Mary and Ingrid see relatively little of each other as a result. When their mother comes to the US for the first time, however, they can't avoid a family get-together. Amid all it stirs up, it becomes clear that the uneasy relationship between the sisters has its roots deeper than either has ever acknowledged - and extends top their relationships with both their mother and their homeland.
Written in tight, carefully crafted prose, Fan Wu's second novel explores what it means to belong, and the myriad ways in which our background shapes our lives and our loves - even when we think we've moved on.
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