Review from Felicity Dixson Sydney

A fascinating and absorbing journey spanning childhood through to late adulthood. Deeply affecting, at times harrowing. The characterisations have a lively authenticity. The goodies shine through like nuggets of golden joy and hope . The story is an immersion into the social history of Sydney,family, relationships ,religion,loss,  guilt , wealth, class, survival and success. 

An uplifting redemption and transformation of the self through a lifetime of pain, discord and disconnection. Ultimately through the balm of creativity.