Whispers Through a Megaphone by Rachel Elliot

Whispers Through a Megaphone

Rachel Elliot

Ralph and Miriam meet by chance during a period of personal transition in both their lives. They are two perfect strangers looking for answers to questions neither of them know how to ask. These lost souls are brought together by fate, and as the reader you join them on their journey of discovery. Expect the ride to be bumpy, revealing and thoroughly entertaining all the way.

Extract

A man, a woman, a cat. Three hearts, eight legs, three noses, one tail. Seventy-five years of accumulated life. Put it all together and what do you get? You get this: a man rinsing out a mug and making a second cup of tea for a woman he has just met. A woman who has braved the outside world after three years of self-imposed imprisonment. A man whose rational thoughts have been suspended like freshly washed sheets, blowing in the wind, just blowing in the wind.

Parallels
  • The Unlilkely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce
  • About a Boy by Nick Hornby