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Home and Other Hiding Places

Jack Ellis

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Ultimo Press
04 February 2022
When eight-year-old Fin and his mum Lindy travel to spend Christmas with his Gran in Sydney, Fin assumes they'll return to their isolated country property - the only home he's ever known. But he soon discovers that this large and crumbling riverside house, surrounded by bush and unwelcoming neighbours, is his home now. As Lindy's fragile emotions fracture under the weight of Gran's disapproval and the pressure of old memories, Fin holds onto a tenderness of spirit and the simple clarity he has learnt from his isolation on the farm - an insight that hasn't yet been clouded by the secret codes of adulthood. But as the life he has known crumbles around him, Fin learns that no-one is coming to his rescue, and he sets off on a journey to find his way home.

'I loved this wise, tender, funny novel. Fin, having won my heart, will live there forever.' - Fiona McFarlane

'Home and Other Hiding Places is an astoundingly deep dive into the hearts and heartbreaks of one family - sharply observed, poignant and unputdownable.' - Felicity Castagna, author of No More Boats

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Imprint:   Ultimo Press
Country of Publication:   Australia
Edition:   Trade Paperback
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 153mm, 
ISBN:   9781761150074
ISBN 10:   1761150073
Pages:   320
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Jack Ellis is a writer and musician based in Sydney. His first novel, The Best Feeling of All, was published by Arcadia in 2014. He has also written for publications including ABC Online, Crikey, Women's Health Magazine and Men's Health Magazine. Jack studied classical composition at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and the Royal Conservatorium in the Hague. He later studied dispute resolution and law at the University of Technology, Sydney. For the past 10 years, he has worked as a Family Mediator. This work has given him an insight into the complexities of family relationships which has helped to shape his recent writing.

Reviews for Home and Other Hiding Places

I loved this wise, tender, funny novel. Fin, having won my heart, will live there forever. * Fiona McFarlane, author of The Night Guest * Home and Other Hiding Places is an astoundingly deep dive into the hearts and heartbreaks of one family - sharply observed, poignant and unputdownable. * Felicity Castagna, author of No More Boats *


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