A Way Through The Mountains

A novel again inspired by seemingly impossible journeys and fantastic discoveries. Anna Russell’s daughter Rachel has Asperger’s syndrome and is cared for by her mother and her grandmother Grace. When Anna is seriously injured in a car accident, Grace contacts David who lives in England – and by doing so, David discovers the daughter that he never knew he had. Intertwined with the story of the Victorian plant hunter Ernest Wilson, the novel combines two stories of people who never give up in their search of the thing that they love most.  ‘A poignant tribute to the tenacity of love’ Booklist.  ‘The characters are so real and the story so poignant…Elizabeth McGregor is a wonderful writer’ Luanne Rice