by Craig Silvey
Written by the bestselling author of Jasper Jones and Honeybee, Rhubarb is a moving, tender sort-of-love story about two people whose worlds are bound by limitations real and imagined.
Eleanor Rigby is going nowhere slowly. Accompanied by her loyal guide dog, Warren, she wanders through the familiar streets of Fremantle, searching for something she can't define. Guarded and stubbornly independent, Eleanor finds herself unraveled when she hears the plaintive sound of an instrument on the breeze. She follows it to its source- Ewan Dempsey, a reclusive and compulsive maker and player of cellos.
Page Count: 336 Pages
Imprint: Freemantle Press
Published: Feb 2022