Published in 2018 by independent Edinburgh-based publisher Charco Press, Fireflies is an astounding account of modern history that manages to weave together multiple strands of life stories and lessons to create an engrossing tapestry of the human experience.
Fireflies joins together the lived experiences of Stanley Kubrick and The Beatles, connects Wittgenstein and Antoine de Saint-Exupery to the greater picture that is our modern world, and manages to do it all within the confines of a short, beautiful novel.
The fireflies, as Sagasti refers to them, quite literally illuminate that seemingly unrelated events and lives can culminate in a cultural undercurrent that touches upon many of our interactions and influences the way we perceive the world around us. Gripping while defying genre pigeonholes, Fireflies is a must-read; a common thread for Charco publications.
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