By Peggy Frew
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A compassionate and surprisingly funny novel that is impossible to put down and even harder to forget, from the award-winning author of Islands. Meg and Nina are two sisters living very different lives. Meg is super organised and possibly OCD; Nina is so depressed she is living like a homeless person in her own flat and feels as though she has lost control of her life. As a result she has become estranged from her family. But when Meg's repeated attempts to make contact with her eventually succeed, Nina can't refuse her request to head north with her and their younger sister Amber, whose drug addictions have torn the family apart. What follows is a surprisingly funny and deeply moving novel about family and sisters and how we each deal with the catastrophes life throws our way. Peggy is the consummate observer of human frailty and in Wildflowers she has created a compassionate and forensically observed family drama that is impossible to put down and even harder to forget.