A superb portrait of unremarkable lives, and a beautiful prose poem to vast open spaces' Joanna Kavenna, Spectator.
The kind of emotional intelligence that marks all great literature' Lesley McDowell, Scotsman.
Funny, beautifully written and altogether wonderful - The Times.
Hay exposes the beauty simmering in the heart of harsh settings with an evocative grace that brings to mind Annie Proulx - Washington Post.
This novel has it all - tales of lust and lngings and hidden pasts, combined with utterly loveable characters..Hay's intelligent style makes this a summer must-read - Woman.