Join us


“...moves fluidly between the past and the present.”

Newspaper, blog or website: The New Yorker
Date: Jun 6 2022

“The sisters from the author’s previous novel, A Girl Returned—a stoic narrator and her fiery younger sister, Adriana—reappear in this unsettling companion tale. The narrator, now a professor in France, returns to her home town, on the coast of Abruzzo, after Adriana has a mysterious accident. Her renewed immersion in the town’s social rhythms, particularly in the gritty fishermen’s quarter, brings back powerful memories... she moves fluidly between the past and the present, sifting years of unarticulated emotions.”

Read the full article in The New Yorker.

Join Our Newsletter and receive a FREE eBook!

Stay updated on Europa’s forthcoming releases, author tours and major news.

Are you a bookseller? Click here!

Are you a librarian? Click here!