Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Remember June (Damien Leith)

Remember June
Damien Leith

Blurb: Mattie Finch is a kid living with his aunt in Ireland in 1990.

He often talks to his mother, but he hasn't seen his father Dave for six months.

Dave's been trying to face his family, but there are just too many demons. He can't forget how he and his brother Stephen escaped the troubles of Northern Ireland ten years earlier. He is haunted by what happened when they met June and her sister Susan, and the irreversible changes the town of Stonebridge brought to their lives.

A shattering and redemptive story of fathers and sons, and the power of memory.

ISBN: 9780732286828 (Paperback)
Year: 2010
Publisher: Harper Collins
Pages: 304 (Fiction)


1 comment:

  1. This book is wonderful! And since it's written by a woman and a mother, that immediately makes it more reliable to me than if it were written by a man. (Not that men don't write good books, but clearly they aren't writing from personal experience. Not for this topic.)