The Snowing and Greening of Thomas Passmore
Something strange is happening to Thomas Passmore.
Waking from a warm Australian beach, he finds himself at Heathrow Airport on a winter’s morning, but can’t remember getting there.
Haunted by his father’s suicide, his mother’s rejection and by increasingly vivid dreams of Kate Hainley, his first love, Thomas’s bizarre journey takes him into a world where one man’s struggle to live again is as timeless as the battle of the seasons.
Journeying from present-day Australia to a Britain that is largely shaped by his dreams, memories and imaginings, this is a quirky and magical tale of loss, love and learning to live
First published in 2008 by PaperBooks/Legend Press (UK) and in large print by Ulverscroft (UK) in 2009, Windeye Publishing have released a beautiful new and fully revised edition with chapter head-piece illustrations in 2018
ISBN: 978-0-6480459-2-2 (paperback)
ISBN: 978-0-6480459-3-91 (ebook)