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Description - Baby No Eyes by Patricia Grace

This major novel merges contemporary headlines with stories of a heartfelt family history.

This major novel merges contemporary headlines with stories of a heartfelt family history.

'Do you hear the people calling?'
'See there, dummy, you're nowhere near dead.'
'Well, I don't believe you. How would you know?'
'Of course I know, I do, I do, I know all about it . . .'

Tawera and his sister are inseparable, in a relationship that is impossible for others to share. In fact his whole whanau is bonded by secrets, a genealogy stitched together by shame, joy, love and sometimes grief.

This is an account of the mysteries that operate at many levels between generations, where the present is the pivot, the centre of the spiral, looking outward to the past and future that define it.

There's a way the older people have of telling a story, a way where the beginning is not the beginning, the end is not the end . . .

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780143011613
ISBN-10: 0143011618
Format: Paperback / softback
(198mm x 128mm x 23mm)
Pages: 304
Imprint: Penguin Books (NZ)
Publisher: Penguin Group (NZ)
Publish Date: 28-Oct-2008
Country of Publication: New Zealand

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Author Biography - Patricia Grace

Patricia Grace is the author of five novels, four short story collections and several children's books. She has won many awards for her work, including the New Zealand Fiction Award for Potiki in 1987, and being longlisted for the Booker Prize in 2001 with Dogside Story, which also won the Kiriyama Pacific Rim Fiction Prize. Patricia lives in Plimmerton near Wellington on the ancestral land of Ngati Toa, Ngati Raukawa and Te Ati Awa in close proximity to her home marae at Hongoeka Bay.

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