Sometimes it is the people we think we know the best who surprise us the most.
1986, London: Klaudia is about to start high school. Sheâs embarrassed by her German fatherâheâs the janitor at her school, he has a funny accent and a limp. And when the kids at school taunt her by saying he was a Nazi during the war, she canât dispute them with confidence. Sheâs never known exactly what he may or may not have done during the war. It is a period of time no one will ever discuss.
1995, Leeds: Eliza is in love. She has dropped out of university to pursue her passionâdance. But then talented artist Cosmo comes along and soon Eliza realizes that she might have room in her life for two loves. But can she really continue to lie to everyone around her? And why is she so afraid of the truth?
1930s, Germany: Two brothers are trying to fend for themselves during the chaos of the rise of the Third Reich. One brother rallies for the Fuhrer, one holds back. One is seemingly good, one bad. But history seems to tell a completely different story.
All of these charactersâ fates will collide in a novel that explores what we are ultimately willing to do for love. Saskia Sarginson hypnotically examines whether our identities are tied to where weâve come from in a captivating mystery that shows how sometimes history doesnât tell the true story.
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