Four sons reveal the bonds that exist between themselves and their very different fathers; they then turn the tables and consider their own roles as fathers and father figures. These tender and heart warming tales mix memoir with fiction and provide a perfect backdrop to reflect on this most important relationship.
'A fascinating double-take on the experience of being fathered and then becoming a father yourself - eight short tales full of wit, pathos and insight.' - Blake Morrison'
This collection of meditations on the nature of fatherhood by writers unafraid to explore their true emotions is a must-read for anyone interested in the strange mysteries of the human heart.' - Joolz Denby
'Brilliantly written and incredibly moving.' - The Western Mail
'John Siddique's writing brims with verve, depth and pathos.' - The Big Issue