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Zero Sugar In The Next Life

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It is autumn in Zŏric, a coastal resort on the Adriatic coast. Benni, a young teenager, lives a humdrum life caring for his ailing widowed father and dodging the school bully. His only opportunities to escape are the trips he makes to explore the local flora and fauna. Mareo, middle-aged and secretive, works at the local historic Bazilijkă, has served time in prison for an unnamed sex crime and has now assumed a new life and identity as part of a rehabilitation programme. The calm of the sleepy town is shaken by a series of gruesome murders. Meanwhile, Mareo’s safety is threatened by a new law that would allow his identity and guilty secret to be revealed to the community. As fear and violence take hold of the town, the lives of these two characters collide. Zero Sugar In The Next Life explores the nature of childhood and old age, the function and dysfunction of family, and the themes of forgiveness and retribution. This lyrical, moving and at times uncomfortable tale... More > is Martin Pevsner’s eighth novel.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781326646943
Publisher
Lulu
Published
May 5, 2016
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
172.85 KB

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