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  • Lena Landauer
  • LIMboektoe
  • July 2018
  • English
  • 978-90-828640-0-7
  • Historical fiction, Fiction narrative, Drama
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  • Shadowmothers

  • Holland, Amsterdam and Paris are where the story unfolds.
    The novel takes you from WWII to the social movements of the 60's and 70's, and propels you right into the existential crossroads of the present day.

    Penny's life as a hidden child is full of fear and unanswered questions. In 1944 she survives the violence of war during the liberation of Europe.
    In the early 70’s Liane struggles for her personal spot in a commune and finds out that adult ideals often harbor conflictual ambitions.
    In 2005 Edith suffers from an intense case of impassioned adolescent love, leaving her mother Liane and nana Penny to pick up the inevitable broken pieces
    Five years later a grim event wipes every bit of ordinary reality out of their existence.

    This story is also about the meaning of freedom. With every generation its character changes radically.