In a rented windmill on the Norfolk coast, five adults and a child gather for a bank holiday weekend. For one of them, the marshes hold haunting memories of childhood holidays; for another, painful memories of the Australian outback, and, swiftly, their relationships start to appear as slippery as the land.
‘An intelligent and unusual novel’ – The Times Literary Supplement
‘Its subtly nuanced narrative succeeds through brittle veracity and understated, regenerative power’ – The Sunday Times
‘Sutton’s unashamedly Woolfean narrative technique makes this rather like The Waves on speed’ – The Guardian