Trees

Hazel is going to die.

But when? After the steroid treatments that make her into a slip-slopping bag of water? Or after discovering that her biological father is the millionaire, Gustaf Eriksson, a man obsessed with reforesting England? Or will it be when her mother gives up her café and herself becomes involved with The Tree Prospectus?

Gustaf Eriksson made his fortune as a pop-music promoter, now in his tree-planting retirement he writes and occasionally performs haiku with one of his old bands. Or could this be a 17-syllable red herring?

Will Hazel die after she leaves her sedentary game-playing boyfriend and moves in with her mother, who has separated from her accountant husband? In the background lurks the threat of Gustaf Eriksson’s son, a reputedly violent individual.

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Hazel is going to die.

But when? After the steroid treatments that make her into a slip-slopping bag of water? Or after discovering that her biological father is the millionaire, Gustaf Eriksson, a man obsessed with reforesting England? Or will it be when her mother gives up her café and herself becomes involved with The Tree Prospectus?

Gustaf Eriksson made his fortune as a pop-music promoter, now in his tree-planting retirement he writes and occasionally performs haiku with one of his old bands. Or could this be a 17-syllable red herring?

Will Hazel die after she leaves her sedentary game-playing boyfriend and moves in with her mother, who has separated from her accountant husband? In the background lurks the threat of Gustaf Eriksson’s son, a reputedly violent individual.

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PubDate

20200115

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Wordcatcher Publishing

1 review for Trees

  1. Liberty Rowley

    Wonderful book exploring the nature of writing, of love, of grief and also giving details on trees in the way that Moby Dick has chapters on different species of Whale.

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