The world is a puzzling, sometimes frightening place for Jessica
Fontaine. As a child she only finds contentment in playing the
piano and wandering alone in the empty spaces of Audlands Hall, the
dilapidated country house where she grows up.Twenty-five years
later, divorced, with her son still living at home, Jessica remains
preoccupied by the desire to create space around her. Then her
volatile ex-husband reappears, the first of several surprises that
both transform Jessica's present and give her a startling new
perspective on the past.The Language of Others tells the absorbing
story of a woman who spends much of her life feeling that she is
out of step with the real world, until she discovers why. Related
with humour and compassion, it offers a fresh, illuminating insight
into what it means to be `normal'.
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