What if, when your relatives died, they simply didn’t go away?
A simple premise underlines Christine Mary Flemming’s The Lifewatcher, edited by Jefferson Franklin. But the book is anything but simple. Set in the First and Second World War, it takes in the sweep of great political movements, like the fight for women’s suffrage, and shows how hardship can impact a single family – and how, whether we want them to or not, other people can change our lives forever.
A compelling, surreal take on the traditional family saga, Christine Mary Flemming’s The Lifewatcher could very well change your own philosophical outlook on the world. Get it from Amazon today.