As London comes alive with the 1960s youth revolution, one woman makes a choice that defies all expectations.
‘So real and humane and utterly transporting’ Meg Mason
It’s 1967 and London is alive with the new youth revolution. In the suburbs, meanwhile, Phyllis Fischer inhabits a world of conventional stability. Married with two children, her life is both comfortable and predictable.
But when Nicky – a twenty-something friend of the family – visits one hot summer evening and kisses Phyllis in the dark of the garden, something in her catches fire. Newly awake to the world, Phyllis makes a choice that defies all expectations . . .
‘Wonderful’ Marian Keyes
‘My favourite author’ Kate Atkinson
‘Achingly moving and real’ Guardian
‘Beguiling’ Hilary Mantel
‘Compelling’ Elizabeth Day
‘Will bring you to tears’ Daily Mail
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