Winner of the 2005 Deutz Medal for Fiction & Poetry in the 2005 Montana New Zealand Book Awards Tu, Pita and Rangi follow in their fatherÂ?s footsteps, travelling to Europe to fight for King and Country. Twenty years later, Tu decides his nephews deserve to know what happened. A deeply moving novel that offers insights into both menÂ?s and womenÂ?s experience of war. Â?The crowning achievement of this fine writerÂ?s career, Tu will surely become one of the classics of our literature.Â? - Sunday Star Times.
Winner of Montana New Zealand Book Awards: Fiction Category 2005 and Montana New Zealand Book Awards: Deutz Medal for Fiction 2005 and Nielsen BookData New Zealand Booksellers' Choice Award 2005. Shortlisted for Nga Kupu Ora Maori Book of the Decade 2009.