WINNER OF THE DESMOND ELLIOTT PRIZE 2019LONGLISTED FOR THE EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FIRST BOOK AWARD'So hard to put down.' Daily Mail'Startling . . .
Remarkable.' Economist'Right away I was utterly absorbed.' Sarah Jessica ParkerOne father. Two sons. An impossible choice.
When thirteen-year-old Paul doesn't return home one afternoon, even his twin brother, Peter, doesn't know where he is. So their father, Clyde, must set out into the dark Trinidadian bush with a torch, to search for him on foot. And when the reasons for Paul's disappearance become clear, Clyde will be faced with a terrible decision.
How does a father choose between his children? How does he weigh up what each one is worth? Which one is the golden child?
By: Claire Adam
Published by: Faber & Faber