Published: April 2018
Honest and moving, this intense story carefully tracks a relationship stunted in childhood but given a second chance.
One sister have I in our house,
And one, a hedge away.
There's only one recorded,
But both belong to me.
Maria has found a sanctuary in a rented house, overlooking a small Spanish village by the sea. She is coming to terms with losing the love of her life. But her solitude and the places that have become special to her are about to be encroached upon by the arrival of her younger sister, Emma.
Will the intrusion only serve to evoke the bad memories of childhood or will the impending visit help them restart their lives?
This is a moving and heart-warming story of two sisters negotiating personal tragedies, past alienation and their own failings to try to come together in understanding and love.
'It is beautiful, sad and hopeful.'- Norran, Sweden
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