29 June 2017
“There’s a thing called liquid light, which is silver and salt together.” This sentence explains the curious title of the novel, and to any photographers who develop their own film it will need no elucidation. The father of the dysfunctional family at the heart of this story is famous photographer Max Hollingbourne; Ruthie and her older sister Vinny are the offspring of Max and his French wife Sophie.
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