|Dimensions||21.6 x 13.8 cm|
Through the voices of its members, a large middle-class British family with close connections to Shanghai tells its story and reveals its inner tensions and secrets…
Running from 1906 to the present day, but written in a ‘flashlight’ mode – illuminating different events from different perspectives – the truth is elusive, something the reader must discover for themselves, assembling the scattered glimpses they’re granted along the way. Is eldest son Harry an introvert or cruel, or both? Is his brother Edwin’s destiny to be deplored or brushed off with a smile? And how about their sister Little Ida, the victim, it seems, of a terrible and violent fate.
The answers are all there, in Mohawk’s Brood…