This short, simple book charts a year in the life of an unnamed woman who is trying to adjust to her role as a single mother following the upheaval of her husband’s departure and her move into a dilapidated fourth floor apartment in Tokyo. Surrounded by windows on all sides, she is constantly illuminated, making it impossible to hide her true feelings from her daughter or the limited interactions she has with the outside world. Told entirely from her perspective, …
Author: Emmet J. Driver
→I'm Emmet, a gay, dyslexic, passionately Irish writer and bookseller who is obsessed with reading anything from History, Current Affairs, Philosophy, Spirituality, and Biography, to Literary Fiction, Crime, Classics, Sci-Fi and Fantasy. Not to mention all forms of children's books. Honestly, I would read anything if someone told me they learned from it. Thus, I naturally have a lot to say, and obviously, most of it is about books.