Equator: A Novel

Written by Wayne Ashton

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The year is 1947 – Carlos slips over the orphanage wall in search of the village girl who has captured his heart.

From that moment, his is a life at sea, a life that moves across the globe and across generations, lived on the turning tides of love affairs, friendships and enmities.

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK
‘Reading Equator is like immersing yourself in a butterfly dance while being mesmerised by history … The characters … begin their traversing of time and place in 1947, Spain, but the story soon exquisitely deviates into 2009 London, 1930s India and passages on memory, love, luck, good and evil.’ Readings Monthly

Properties
ISBN 9781921361890 (Paperback)
Formats B+ Format (205 x 138mm) (Paperback)
Categories Fiction
ebooks
Pages 688
Publication Year 2010
Edition 1st
Publisher Fremantle Press
  • Wayne ashton

    Wayne Ashton

    Wayne Ashton was born to British and Pakistani parents in Karachi, leaving there at five, and then was brought up in many corners of the world: Chittagong, Paris, Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh, Lagos, London, Perth and Sydney. His work spans painting, ink drawings and fiction. This includes the highly acclaimed novel Under a Tin-Grey Sari; twelve solo exhibitions; many group shows; and three radio dramas. Read more