About this book
A compelling memoir in the tradition of Andrea Ashworth's "Once In A House On Fire", recording one family's experiences in Rhodesia in the 1970s. The compelling story of one family's quixotic battle against the ravages of nature and the pain of bereavement and their unbreakable bond with the continent which defined, shaped, scarred and healed them. A "Sunday Times" bestseller in hardback. "Fuller writes with devastating humour and directness about desperate circumstances" "Daily Telegraph".
Told with all the intensity of Lorna Sage's Bad Blood ' The Times