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Author of the winner of the Costa Book of the Year award, The Mermaid of Black Conch.

August Chalmin feels the weather like no one else. A large awkward recluse, with bright orange hair and sun-shy eyes, August hides himself away behind the counter of a Shepherd's Bush deli. One winter's day, two things change his life forever: his mother's ex-lover, Cosmo, shambles back into his life, and he discovers a rash on his arm which looks like frost. A rash which is frost. As Cosmo raises questions about August's identity, August finds himself changing with the seasons, in a journey that takes him deep into his past and to the very centre of his soul....

©2020 Monique Roffey (P)2021 W F Howes

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“An ingenious fable about the nature of love, truth and perception.” (Travis Elborough, author of Atlas of Improbable Places)

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introverted.

narration was good. Could not continue with the obsessive hyperpersonal story. This is not what I expected from the review. Rather unpleasant.