Canada by Rebecca Kemp
In the slow unravelling of his life, from an introverted teenager with a polyester coat buttoned too tight; riding the bus out of Sandwich to a wider, built-up place in London where he learnt nothing, Mike tried not to remember much. Nothing about his older brother Jack who drove tractors on the farm with a cigarette in his mouth, saluted girls who walked their siblings in prams, and went on to marry one of them. No Mike remembered none of that.
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