My Sister Chaos by Lara Fergus

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The story of twin sisters who escape from an unknown, war-torn country, this novel follows an obsessive-compulsive cartographer trapped in the mapping of her own house and a painter turned code-breaker trying to find the lover she lost in the war. While the cartographer is obsessed with keeping the world in order—her sister’s unexpected visit is equated with a sign of chaos—her sister has a firm grip on the real world and, perhaps, a greater sense of order. Presented within a world of obsession and trauma, this narrative explores whether anyone is immune to the forces of destruction.


About Lara Fergus

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Lara Fergus works for the Victorian government on policy to prevent violence against women. She is a former researcher and writer on human rights?particularly violence against women?for Amnesty International, White Ribbon, VicHealth, and the United Nations.
Published March 1, 2011 by Spinifex Press. 204 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A cartographer and her twin sister, a lesbian artist, escape a war-torn country, using their graphic skills as coping mechanisms: the

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