'What won me over was the touching depiction of the two children'
'A beautifully atmospheric and poignant debut'
'I found I could not put this book down'
This ultimately becomes a story of the importance of home, whatever its history, told in highly lyrical prose'
'A poignant and haunting tale that really resonates'
'A haunting debut'
'Beautifully written debut'
'Johanna Lane writes in an easy melodic style and she shows a real talent for understanding the separate sorrows and secret dreams that simmer beneath the surface of even the closest families'
'An elegantly written story'
'Lane's prose is graceful, textured and her elegant style reflects the Campbells' glazed retrograde world'