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The narrative focuses on two Easters, that of 1941 when Australian troops entered Tobruk in North Africa, and another fifty years later. The main character, Rob, finds himself caught in an improbable time-warp, breathing colour into events and characters too often rendered with historical dispassion.
Creates three distinct points of view on life in letter form during World War II from Helga, a German girl bent on joining the Resistance; Franz, a young Nazi soldier who begins to question the war; and Susanna, a Jewess who is imprisoned in concentration camp. Second edition of the novel written when Kiri was just a teenager.