#WITMonth #20: Hair Everywhere

This is the story of an ordinary family and how they cope with curing the incurable disease: cancer. It is a tale which balances itself along the female line of grandmother-mother-daughter, revealing their strengths and weaknesses in times of trouble. It is also a story about how roles within a family can change when things become unbalanced due to sickness or death, allowing some to grow and others to fade. Ultimately, this is a book about life; full of humor and absurdity as well as sadness, and set against the everyday background of incidents and casual meetings.

(I love the cover!)

Author: Tea Tulic
Translator: Coral Petkovich
Publisher: Istros Books

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