Author(s): Amanda Lohrey
Luke and Anna decide on a sea-change. They leave the city, fleeing a past and a future that fill them with fear. On the coast they discover a natural world that is both destructive and rejuvenating. Events sweep them up and they must confront what they have tried to put behind them. Vertigois a fable of love and awakening, a bush pastoral about the unexpected way emotions can return and life can change. 'Amanda Lohrey achieves a kind of perfection'- THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD 'A carefully crafted little gem of a book.'- THE ADVERTISER 'Vertigo will keep you up much too late but it's worth a one-sitting read.'- THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
Amanda Lohrey is the author of The Philosopher's Doll and the award-winning Camille's Bread. She has published many essays on Australian political life, including the acclaimed Quarterly Essay 8, Groundswell: The Rise of the Greens, as well as two political novels, The Morality of Gentlemen and The Reading Group.