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A coming-of-age tale with a twist: a clinically depressed Trinidadian teenager, who has attempted suicide, is banished by her mother to Canada to live with her aunt. She feels lonely and in exile. But with the help of her lesbian aunt, a gorgeous-looking boy and her Skyping best friend back home in Trinidad, she begins to realise that loving families can exist in different shapes and sizes. Then her mother arrives and threatens to take her back to Trinidad. Where then is home?
Lisa Allen-Agostini is a Trinidadian novelist and journalist. She is the author of a book of poems, Swallowing the Sky (Cane Arrow Press) and a YA novel, The Chalice Project (Macmillan Caribbean). Her poetry and fiction have appeared widely in literary journals.More About Lisa Allen-Agostini