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Guardian & Observer reviews
The latest novel from the internationally acclaimed Booker and Nobel Prize winning author. When Paul, an ecologist in Africa is diagnosed with cancer and prescribed treatment that makes him radioactive, his suddenly fragile existence makes him question his life for the first time.
When Paul Bannerman, an ecologist in Africa, is diagnosed with cancer and prescribed treatment that makes him radioactive, his fragile existence makes him question his life. Then when Paul moves in with his parents to protect his wife and young son from radiation, the strange nature of his condition leads his mother to face her own past.
|A & C Black|