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The Phone Box
at the Edge of the World

by Laura Messina

An unforgettable story of the depths of grief, the lightness of love and the human longing to keep those we have lost close to our hearts.

Inspired by true events.

Coming June 2020

'A message of hope for anyone lost, frightened or grieving'

Clare Mackintosh

'It paints a picture of an inner and outer world that is infused with both tragedy and hope . . . Absolutely breathtaking'

Christy Lefteri, author of The Beekeeper of Aleppo

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Discover the true story of the Wind Phone

In 2011, a devastating tsunami tore Japan apart. In its wake, on the outskirts of Otsuchi, came the Wind Phone: a rotary phone that serves as a gathering place for people to recall loved ones lost.
To this day, it is a site of pilgrimage for many seeking to deal with the grief of the absence of a loved one.