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Mother Sea

Lorraine Wilson

From Shelf: The BA Summer Books Catalogue

On a remote Indian Ocean island, with the seas rising and the birth rate plummeting, climate scientist Sisi is working hard to protect her home. But her resolve founders when she finds herself widowed and unexpectedly pregnant. With her community under threat, Sisi must fight to save her home, her people and her unborn child.

Shortlisted for Scotland's National Book Awards Scottish Fiction Book of the YearIn an island community facing extinction, can hope rise stronger than grief? Sisi de Mathilde lives on a remote island in the Indian Ocean. With the seas rising, the birth rate plummeting and her community under threat, she works as a scientist, reporting on local climate conditions to help protect her island home. But her life is thrown into turmoil when she finds herself newly widowed and unexpectedly pregnant. When a group of outsiders arrive and try to persuade her community to abandon the island, Sisi is caught between the sacred 'old ways' of her ancestors and the possibilities offered by the outside world. As tensions rise and the islanders turn on one another, Sisi must fight to save her home, her people and her unborn child.

Fairlight Books
Published Date:
216mm x 138mm
Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

RRP: £14.99

Format: Hardback

ISBN: 9781914148330

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