By Rhidian Brook
Every little thing in Taliesin Jones's small-town lifestyles in Wales has abruptly turn into doubtful. His mom has run off along with her hairdresser. His father has taken to chatting with the partitions, yet at the very least he is conversing, as his brother has long past completely mute. in school, Julie Dyer blows complicated smoke earrings at him and Hoop the psychological says there isn't any God. whilst Taliesin attempts to discover this out evidently not anyone turns out to have the answer-no one other than Billy Evans, an previous guy with a very good and extraordinary expertise.
"A attractive meditation on youth. . . . Brook's voice has been plucked from the babbling tongues of his kingdom and made new."(The Times, London)
"Very upright, very ethical, very wonderful. . . . you will find your self seduced by means of the quiet energy of the Welshman's prose, the subtlety of his narrative approach, with its onion-skin layers of that means, sympathy, and revelation." (Time Out)