Cold Enough for Snow, prize-winning existential novel by Jessica Au about a Hong Kong mother-daughter relationship, is delicate and subtle

//Cold Enough for Snow, prize-winning existential novel by Jessica Au about a Hong Kong mother-daughter relationship, is delicate and subtle

Cold Enough for Snow, prize-winning existential novel by Jessica Au about a Hong Kong mother-daughter relationship, is delicate and subtle

Cold Enough for Snow by Jessica Au, pub. Giramondo PublishingCold Enough for Snow, Melbourne-based Jessica Au’s delicate and subtle second novel – or, at 97 pages, perhaps it is a novella – is not big on plot. True, it tells the straightforward story of its unnamed, expatriated Hong Kong narrator travelling in Japan with her mother, who still lives in Hong Kong.They haven’t seen each other for some years, meet at Tokyo airport, visit art galleries and museums, wander through gardens and tourist…

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