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Published by Te Ra Aroha Press, 2018, 365 pages. Previous owner's name on front endpaper, scrubbed out, otherwise good secondhand condition.
A novel about food, wh?nau and mental illness.Valerie reads George Eliot to get to sleep - just to take her mind off worries over her patients, her children, their father and the next family dinner.Elena is so obsessed with health, traditional food, her pregnancy and her blog she doesn't notice that her partner, Malcolm the ethicist, is getting himself into a moral dilemma of his own making.Evie wants to save the world one chicken at a time. Meanwhile her boyfriend, Michael, is on a quest to reconnect with his M?ori heritage and discover hisown identity.Rosa is eight years old and lost in her own fantasy world, but she's the only one who cantell something's not right."An accomplished story of a family in crisis - Ritchie's great skill is her ability to conjure the inner lives of her characters. Fishing for M?ui is a compassionate meditation on what it means to be well." - Sarah Jane Barnett