by Sharlene Teo
✅ Editor: Pan MacMillan
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RemarkableIan McEwan’s “characters, the brilliance of life and humour” 2003From singaporeWithout friends and father, aged sixteen, Szu lives in the shadow of his mother amisa, once had a beautiful actress and now a way hack to perform either sessions with her sister in a rusty houseWhen Szu meets privileged, languid acid Circe, they develop an intense friendship that offers Szu to escape from his mother which is worrying, solitariness, and Circe one step closer to the fascinating, unknowable amisa hadSeventeen years later, Circe is the difficulty through a divorce, heavy and constantly changing Singapore when a project arrives at work: a remake of the cult of the seventies horror movie series Ponti”, the project itself which defined amisa had the short career of the filmSuddenly, Circé is struck out of balance: the memories of these two women she once knew, by guilt, and by a past that threatens her conscienceTold from the point of view of all three women, Ponti by Sharlene Teo is a magnificent story of friendship and memory of a few decadesInfused with mythology and modernity, with Singapore’s rich warm tights, it is both an amazing representation of the great loneliness of teenagehood, and a vivid exploration of how tragedy can make monsters of us
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