Semi-finalist in the Walrus' Summer Literary Seminars
On the death of Narn, Thiel's beloved Grandmother, Thiel leaves home with his sole companion, a dog, to find his secret inheritance. Unable to read, mostly inarticulate and considered little use by his fellow men, he carries Narn's letter to a lawyer in the impoverished city of Goneton. Given a key to Narn's original home, he travels miles from his birthplace to the region of Minark, meeting new companions along the way.
In a world similar to our own, Lynne Pearl vividly describes a time of crisis in an imagined past where rural idyll is clashing with the march of industrial modernity. In this gentle coming-of-age tale, an unlikely hero embarks on a journey of self discovery.
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