The Master Bedroom
David's marriage isn't as solid as it looks, though. His wife Suzie has moved out of their bedroom, she avoids talking to David or spending time at home with him and their children, she has made new friends who smoke dope and believe in fortune telling. David takes refuge in Firenze, where he can
talk to Kate about music.
David's seventeen-year-old son Jamie is also drawn to the old house full of books and history. He is more like Kate than his father is, bookish and clever: he wants to find out all about life from her. He turns up one night at Firenze, drunk and desperate.
Tessa Hadley's intricate, graceful novel explores the tangled web of connections between parents and children, lovers and friends: the past casts its long shadows in the present: men and women who were once confident they knew themselves, learn to attend to the changes unfolding inside them.
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