Sunflower is a literary novel that has been described as "impossible to put down". It follows Michael, an ordinary man who makes one bad choice, and explores how he comes to terms with who he is and what he has done.
Robert Peett, editor at Holland House, says of the story: "The reader is taken into the lives of the characters, the life, above all, of Michael. Like most lives his is composed of small moments, small worries, and small ambitions; as with most lives there is a fragility to his. The fragility is in part due to a fault line in him – the kind of fault line we all have. One particular small moment has a butterfly effect on the whole; the structure begins to crumble, quietly, almost unnoticed, and a life of quiet desperation emerges."
Sunflower was realeased on the 15th June and is already getting great reviews, it's certainly a book that is going on my TBR list.