The Snowing And Greening Of Thomas Passmore, Paul Burman
Paul Burman

The Snowing And Greening Of Thomas Passmore

Something strange is happening to Thomas Passmore.
Waking from a warm Australian beach, he finds himself at Heathrow Airport on a winter’s morning, but can’t remember getting there.
Haunted by his father’s suicide, his mother’s rejection and by increasingly vivid dreams of Kate Hainley, his first love, Thomas’s increasingly bizarre journey takes him into a world where one man’s struggle to live again is as timeless as the battle of the seasons.
Journeying from present-day Australia to a Britain that is largely shaped by his dreams, memories and imaginings, this is a quirky and magical tale of loss, love and learning to live.
This is a re-edited and revised edition, and includes chapter head-piece illustrations by the author.

307 printed pages
Original publication


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