The Moon Represents My Heart
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 30th May 2023
Dimensions (cm): 22.4 x 14.7 x 3.1
Weight (kg): 0.47
When Joshua and Lily meet as students in 1970s London they know right away: they've found someone who shares their secret, the one they don't even fully understand themselves. They've found another time-traveller. Exhilarated and in love, they push their gift to the limit, even after they settle down and have two children, Tommy and Eva. But when their most adventurous experiment yet goes wrong, their children are left to make their own way, even when it feels like time has stopped.
Eva might be trying to move forward, but Tommy is pulled further and further back into a past that he hopes holds the truth. When he falls in love with a woman from a different era, the stability Eva has managed to carve out for them begins to crumble.
Heartfelt and hopeful, weaving through decades and across continents, The Moon Represents My Heart is an unforgettable debut about the bond between one extraordinary family and the strength it takes to move forward.
About the Author
Pim Wangtechawat is a Thai-Chinese writer from Bangkok with a Masters in Creative Writing from Edinburgh Napier University. Her short stories, poems, and articles have been published in various magazines and journals such as The Mekong Review, The Nikkei Asian Review, and YesPoetry.