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  • A rollicking road trip in the company of three endearingly infuriating characters . . . Those who loved Little Fires Everywhere or Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine will love this realistic novel that more than lives up to this writer’s early promise.

    My Weekly
  • Brilliant! Unflinchingly honest on the realities of being homeless but never loses hope, positivity or humour ... With beautiful characters who might be demonised in real life or in the media but who are humanised here. Everyone should read it!

    Amanda Berriman, author of 'Home'
  • An inspiring modern retelling of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz . . . Both invigorating and affecting, How to Find Home is an important tale for our times.

    Vanity Fair
  • Sparky and alive . . . I really cared about Molly

    Maggie Gee, author of 'My Cleaner'
  • An unflinching look at homelessness and people who have fallen through the rungs of life but the novel never loses its humanity, hope and humour

    Sara Manning, Red
  • Moving and delightful . . . I loved Molly and so wanted her to find home. Think The Wizard of Oz meets the street.

    Astra Bloom
  • Strikingly vivid . . . A novel about what home means to the homeless. Immersive and intriguing . . . Rich and imaginative.

    Culture Fly
  • In this offbeat, engaging, wryly humorous novel, loosely inspired by The Wizard of Oz, we meet strange, sad and colourful characters and learn that in the bleakest situations there is laughter, camaraderie and even love

    Daily Mail
  • One to watch

    Inside Soap

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