Blue Sun (Review 14)

The Two Homes of Alice: The Continuity of a Family

'It turns out that Alice has always been loved, and that there was no need to discriminate between the two. Perhaps taking a wider view of the subject and looking towards the future, one will realise that one's parents will always be present with love and support for their children, so that no emotional distance can be felt. ... Very few books discuss such family problems. To be honest, avoidance is not the means to finding a solution. Perhaps, with both hope and love in hand, all may continue as it were.'

Sunny Potatoes (Little Students)
The Two Homes of Alice: The Continuity of a Family