The hilarious, quirky and utterly charming second novel from the author of CAMPARI FOR BREAKFAST. 'Every page brings giddy joy . . . a heady cocktail of humanity, humour and heart' Tamsin Greig 'Quirky and funny in spades' Helen Lederer, author of LOSING IT
'Startlingly original . . . an utter delight' Tamsin Greig 'Prepare to be charmed by Sue Bowl' Mail on Sunday A hilariously quirky coming-of-age novel, for readers who loved Sarah Winman's When God Was a Rabbit, Maria Semple's Where'd You Go Bernadette and Nina Stibbe's Love, Nina.
Nominated for the 2015 Carnegie Medal. A stunning debut novel - a raw and haunting tale of ancient folklore entwined with a modern-day tragedy.