“Amanda Apthorpe’s debut novel is a must read” — Good Reading Magazine
With the death of his twin, Priest Rupert Brown loses a part of himself while gaining guardianship of his 15-year-old niece. Questioning his faith, he is invited by neuroscientist, Athena Nevis, to take part in her research on heightened religious experiences. The results bring his spiritual crisis to a unexpected conclusion.
DR AMANDA APTHORPE is an author of fiction, teacher of creative writing at Swinburne University of Technology and Victoria University, a manuscript assessor, and mentor. Amanda holds a PhD and MA in creative writing from the University of Melbourne.
She is actively engaged in both local and international writing communities having presented at writing conferences in Wellington NZ (2014) and London (2015 and 2016).
Amanda’s two novels are Whispers in the Wiring (2011) and A Single Breath (2015). Her third book is due out 2017.
Format: Trade Paperback and ebook
Publication date: July 2011
Category: Fiction / Literary / Contemporary
Imprint: Atlas Productions