It's March 30, 1924.
It's Mother's Sunday.
How will Jane Fairchild, an orphan and servant, occupy her time when she has no mother to visit?
How, shaped by the events of this unforgettable day, will your future unfold?
Beginning with an intimate assignment and opening up to embrace decades, Mother's Sunday has at its heart both the story of a life and the life that stories can magically contain.
Constantly surprising, joyfully sensual and profoundly touching, Graham Swift is at his thrilling best.
Nacido en Londres en 1949, fue seleccionado por el British Council y la revista Granta como uno de los mejores novelistas jóvenes británicos, junto con Ishiguro, Rushdie, Barnes, Amis y McEwan.