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By Amanda Hodgkinson

A travel de strength that echoes sleek classics like Suite Francaise and The Postmistress.

"Housekeeper or housewife?" the soldier asks Silvana as she and 8- year-old Aurek board the send that may take them from Poland to England on the finish of worldwide warfare II. There her husband, Janusz, is already looking forward to them on the little residence at 22 Britannia street. however the battle has replaced all of them so totally that they'll slightly realize each other after they are reunited. "Survivor," she solutions.

Silvana and Aurek spent the conflict hiding within the forests of Poland. Wild, nearly feral Aurek doesn't know the way to tie his personal sneakers or sleep in a mattress. Janusz is an Englishman now-determined to fail to remember Poland, disregard his personal ghosts from the best way, and start a brand new existence as a formal English relations. yet for Silvana, who can't get away the painful reminiscence of a shattering wartime act, forgetting isn't feasible.

probably the most searing debuts to return alongside in years, <I>22 Britannia Road</I. is the wrenching chronicle of ways those broken humans try and turn into, once more, a real kin. An unforgettable novel that cries out for dialogue, it's a robust tale of primal maternal love, overcoming problem, and, finally, acceptance-one that might pierce your middle.

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