This book is laced with adversity that is often ignored by authors. 'Daughters' boasts a unique and compelling narrative where overcoming the ambiguity of a questionable ethnicity is more difficult than one could ever imagine. Making for such a unique read, the book is expected to resonate with a culturally diverse group of readers around the world.
Set in provincial Australia in the early sixties, Rain is a multigenerational family saga that chronicles the lives of three generations of the Wallin sawmilling dynasty. It explores the often difficult but enduring ties between mothers and daughters, men and women: the sacrifices, compromises, and patterns of emotion that repeat themselves through generations.
By turn dark and amusing, Rain delivers an emotionally charged revelation about love, loss, guilt, self-discovery and redemption. The enduring question of family bonds—escapable or not, divides, conquers, and triumphs.