Every so often you get to the end of a book and think: ‘I’d better read that again.’
Fishing with Māui, by Wellington-based author Isa Ritchie, is one such book.
I turned the last page a couple of days ago and I’m still not sure I’ve picked up on all the nuances or that I’ve properly understood what Ritchie was trying to say about the importance of family and tradition; the place of religion (or not!); and the difficulties of being comfortable in your own skin. Continue reading