Populate and Perish by George Haddad

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Populate and Perish by George Haddad

14.95

Winner of the 2016 Viva La Novella Prize

The freshest writing to come out of Melbourne since Christos Tsiolkas’ Loaded.

Nick is treading water. No boyfriend. No career. Living in a granny flat in Coburg. On a whim he decides to travel with his twin sister, Amira, to Lebanon in search of their estranged father. Their mother, who has passed away a couple of years earlier, only ever referred to their father as the kalb – the dog – they know next to nothing about him. In Beirut Nick and Amira find family, a sense of belonging and surprising answers to questions they hadn’t known to ask. 

With a razor-sharp wit, incisive social critiques and intensity of feeling, Populate and Perish announces George Haddad as an important new player on the Australian literary scene.

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