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Set in 1991, our narrator Feliks Zhukovski, a displaced Polish
Communist living in Paris, lies in his sick bed being tended to by his
landlady of forty years, Madame Lefevre. As they embark on their first
ever conversation, Feliks surprises himself by revealing that Paris is
not where he considers home and indeed that he has no idea where home
for him would be. Separated from his family as a child when the Nazis
invaded Poland, Feliks has spent his life producing a travel guide to
Iron Curtain countries for Western readers.
However, following the collapse of Communism in 1989 and the imminent retirement of his long-term publisher, Feliks finds himself tipped into a maelstrom which he cannot avoid. As he journeys for the first time to America to sell his travel guide there, Feliks is reunited with his half-brother, Woodrow, who no longer considers himself a Pole but rather an American and nothing more. Feeling his own alien status ever more acutely, Feliks has a growing desire to discover the fate of others from his past.
Embarking on a journey that takes him back to his Polish hometown, to a long-lost love and to the bewildering landscape of a newly reunified Germany, Feliks is forced to confront the truth about his family's and his own past, and to question everything he once believed.
Number Of Pages: 352
Published: 1st June 2010
Dimensions (cm): 23.3 x 15.2 x 2.4
Weight (kg): 0.47
Edition Number: 1