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The keepers / Al Campbell.

The keepers / Al Campbell.
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Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date
F CAMP
Adult Fiction Quick Browse   Double Bay . On Loan . 5 Jul 2022
F CAMP
Adult Fiction   Paddington . On Loan . 9 Jul 2022
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ISBN 9780702265488 (paperback)
Author Campbell, Al author.
Title The keepers / Al Campbell.
Publisher/Date St Lucia, Queensland : University of Queensland Press, 2022.
©2022
Pagination etc. 335 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents note Includes book club questions.
Summary Note This daring and dazzling debut shines a light on those who are let down by the systems that are supposed to care for them, or by parents who can't love, revealing the unsung heroes of our communities. Jay's life is devoted to the care of her twin teenage sons, who view the world as differently as it views them. Frank is sweet, overweight and bullied, while Teddy is whip-sharp, despite needing an iPad to speak. With an absent husband, and embroiled in an endless battle with social services, Jay comes to depend on Keep, her lifelong half-real friend. But in the corner of her eye lurks her mother, and a childhood Jay knows she can't ever outrun. Jay believes she is managing things quite well, with a half-grip on this half-life of hers. That is, until Teddy starts to get sick, refusing to eat, while doctors refuse to listen, confounding everything Jay thought she knew about what lies ahead. The Keepers is an incredible and fiercely honest debut about the damage done by parents who can't love, the failures of a community that only claims to care, and the resilience of those whose stories mostly go untold.
Subject People with disabilities -- Abuse of -- Fiction
Mothers of children with disabilities -- Fiction
Australian fiction
Shelf Location F CAMP
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