Thunderhead

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A black comedy, set in suburbia, about one woman’s struggle to be free. When Winona Dalloway begins her day – in the peaceful early hours before her children wake up – she doesn’t know that by the end of it, everything in her world will have changed. On the outside, Winona is a seemingly unremarkable young mother: unobtrusive, quietly going about her tasks. But within is a vivid, chaotic self, teeming with voices – a mind both wild and precise. And meanwhile, a storm is brewing . Darkly funny, astute, timely – Thunderhead’s protagonist insists on being heard, and we as readers feel compelled to listen.

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‘Darkly funny, astute, timely’ Sofie Laguna, author of The Eye of the Sheep

‘Powerful, restless, irresistible’ Laura Jean McKay, author of The Animals in That Country

A black comedy, set in suburbia, about one woman’s struggle to be free.

When Winona Dalloway begins her day – in the peaceful early hours before her children, that ‘tiny tornado of little hands and feet’, wake up – she doesn’t know that by the end of it, everything in her world will have changed.

On the outside, Winona is a seemingly unremarkable young mother: unobtrusive, quietly going about her tasks. But within is a vivid, chaotic self, teeming with voices – a mind both wild and precise.

And meanwhile, a storm is brewing ?

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Weight0.16 kg
Dimensions19.8 × 12.9 × 1.2 cm
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Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Paperback

Pages

160

Language

English

Edition

Paperback original

Dewey

823.92 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K