Anna and Jo, meet at dawn on a coastal cliff path, the other characters who witness this encounter become drawn into their worlds.
This book engages mind and body, with its narrative and beautiful imagery, which is located in an English, seaside town. The elements of land and sea, form part of the novels structure and is fundamental to the characters lives, as are their emotions and interactions amongst others, as well as between themselves. The two central character’s Anna and Jo, meet at dawn on a coastal cliff path, the other characters who witness their ‘meeting’ become drawn into their worlds. The story lines are uniquely intertwined by Anna and Jo’s exploration to find happiness and identity. Anna’s quest to understand herself, is her self discovery in the writing of her book ‘Fermanagh House’. Jo has fled from her own past and disconnected from her world, to live a life of anonymity and seclusion in a beach hut. The imaginative mystery, becomes a multi-layered riddle, wherein the lives of the characters are each given room to lap in and out of one another, creating windows that lead into dreams and reality as if everything is in some way connected. This book enriches the reader with depth and understanding of these people and the extraordinary impact they have on each other.