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African grandmothers are changing the course of the pandemic in their communities and beyond.And the Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign will be with them every step of the way.Humphreys, and why her memory drives Jack to alcoholism, empty sexual encounters and violent abuse.In the townhouse across the street, mother Allie Rutger and her three daughters Lyne, Glory and Becca will become curious friends and maybe more for their new neighbours, offering a much needed dose of female nurturing along with their own needs and desires.Is there still room for hope in a fractured family?Those are two larger questions that gradually surface in Edmonton author Shari Narine’s debut novel, Oil Change At Rath’s Garage.

In thirteen years, more than million has been raised in support of African grandmothers.Some readers might raise an eyebrow at the way certain characters swear frequently, or at their occasional sexual encounters, but in the end Narine’s book is never gratuitous, never less than believable, and rich in life lessons.“I wanted to explore this whole idea of the ‘hook-up’ culture,” the author explains.“To me that’s very real, something I hear my own boys talk about and something I see around me.It’s the whole question about casual sex, ‘is it just sex’ or ‘where does love fit into all this? So I hope it’s something that speaks to young adults, to make them reflect on where they’re going with their lives.”The author says she directed her novel towards adults and leaned a bit towards women readers but she hopes it can find an audience with men and young adults.Which makes sense since many of the scenes involve high school age teens, apart from their parents.

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