Martha Jack and Shanco

Author: Carl Lewis

Language: English

Summary: The west Wales landscape is a key player in this haunting novel about three ageing siblings who have spent their lives on their parents’ farm. Lewis writes in such a way that the harsh cold and comfortlessness of the place seem to seep out of the pages to hold you in their grip, even as flashes of natural beauty burst from the text. It is a stark reminder that you don’t have to travel far from home to find yourself in a different world. – Source: The Guardian

Link: Find it on Amazon

 

 

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