What does it mean to belong?
In New Zealand in the 1950s and 1960s, Jamie Ashcott is one of those descendants of early British settlers who have little interest in their origins. He knows who he is and where he belongs. Or does he?
In Fiji, during the same decades, Tela Gilbard feels little attachment to the country of her birth. Two children of the Pacific whose lives become entwined in unpredictable ways.
Complete in itself, it is also a sequel to Merely a Girl and The Youngest Son.
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