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A groundbreaking novel about fathers and daughters, the history we can't change and the future that we can. Simone Harlowe is a young Indigenous lawyer, straddling two lives and two cultures while studying for her Masters at Harvard. Her family life in Sydney is defined by the complex relationship she has with her father Tony, a prominent and respected figure in the Aboriginal community. As Simone juggles the challenges of a modern woman's life - career, family, friends and relationships - her father is confronting his own uncomfortable truths as his secret double life implodes. Can Simone accept him for the man he is and forgive him for the man he's not? From the award-winning author of Home comes a novel about a young woman and her father, the lies that divide them, and the acceptance that paves the road home.
- Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
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- University of Queensland Press
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