I was moved by this – and found it an enthralling read. A family secret is revealed early in the tale, and the dislocation it prompts is matched by a journey half way across the world. Bailey’s writing is light as air, keeping the right pace. The places are the main characters, and I could feel the sun and hear the sounds, and importantly, taste the foods and wine. The resolution is complex – more of a transformation than closure – and I felt every step of the journey.