In this deeply personal novel of exile and loneliness, Janet Frame proves the master of nostalgia, beauty, and loss. Frame is, and will remain, divine (Alice Sebold
A reminder of why Frame was nominated for the Nobel Prize. Quite simply, she's a stunning writer (DOMINION POST (New Zealand)
*'Hopefully, Towards Another Summer will incite an overdue re-evaluation of Frame's compelling and unconventional artistry (THE AUSTRALIAN
Sometimes when you begin reading a book you realise immediately that you are in good hands. Janet Frame's name on the cover is a promise of this (CANBERRA TIMES
This is a novel of exile and return, which Janet Frame felt too autobiographical to be published in her lifetime. It is an exquisite work shot through with tenderness and Frame's characteristic self-deprecating humour.