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Publisher's Summary

From the author of A Lifetime of Impossible Days (winner of the Courier-Mail People's Choice QLD Book of the Year award) comes this beautiful and uplifting story, that will make you laugh and make you cry.

Welcome to The Emporium of Imagination, a most unusual shop that travels the world offering vintage gifts to repair broken dreams and extraordinary phones to contact lost loved ones.

But, on arrival in the tiny township of Boonah, the store's long-time custodian, Earlatidge Hubert Umbray, makes a shocking realisation. He is dying....

The clock is now ticking to find his replacement, because the people of Boonah are clearly in need of some restorative magic. 

Like Enoch Rayne - a heartbroken 10-year-old boy mourning the loss of his father, while nurturing a guilty secret. 

Like Ann Harlow, who has come to the town to be close to her dying grandmother. Though it's Enoch's father who dominates her thoughts - and regrets....

Even Earlatidge in his final days will experience the store as never before - and have the chance to face up to his own tragedy....

©2021 Tabitha Bird (P)2021 Penguin Random House Australia

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