Set in rural Tasmania from the 1920s to the 1990s, The Sisters’ Song traces the lives of two very different sisters. One for whom giving and loving are her most natural qualities and the other who cannot forgive and forget.
‘This debut novel from a gentle and perceptive new voice in Australian fiction is deeply evocative of a bygone era. This is a story we live through on every page … but delivers a powerful and cathartic final message.’
The Australian Women’s Weekly
Louise Allan is a début author and writer from Western Australia. She is the recipient of the Tina Kane Emergent Writer Award for 2018. In 2014, her novel was awarded a Varuna Residential Fellowship and shortlisted for the City of Fremantle—TAG Hungerford Award.