Brownrigg, S: Pages for Her

Flannery Jansen has become somebody she never thought she'd be: married to a man who overshadows her, and defined by her roles as wife and mother. But when she is invited to her old university to speak about her writing, she sees a chance to return to a world she loved. And then she recognizes the name of the person chairing the event - Anne Arden. Suddenly Flannery is thrown back twenty years to the most intense love affair of her life.

On the other side of the world Anne is travelling for work. Recently out of a decades-long relationship, she feels adrift, betrayed by the life she thought she had and the choices she thought she'd made. As the weeks pass, her thoughts return to a woman she once knew, and the promise of seeing Flannery again begins to preoccupy her every thought.

Finally, in the place where they met and fell in love, Anne and Flannery are reunited.

Pages for Her is an exquisitely written story about the complexities of love, of memory, of disappointment. Clever, funny, and deeply moving, it explores how, even when life pulls us apart, some loves prove irresistible.

'Intense and compelling novel . . . a wonderful novel' Claire Messud, author of The Emperor's Children

'Gorgeous and piercing . . . an exquisitely intelligent novel' Ann Packer, author of The Children's Crusade

Sylvia Brownrigg was born in California, and grew up in Los Altos and Oxford. She graduated magna cum laude from Yale University and has an MA in writing from the Johns Hopkins University. She has taught at the American University in Paris, and has written for
The Times,
Times Literary Supplement,
New York Times,
Village Voice,
Newsday and
Los Angeles Times. Her previous novels include
The Metaphysical Touch,

Pages for You,
The Delivery Room and
Morality Tale.
Her young adult novel
Kepler's Dream was published in 2011 and is currently being made into a feature film.
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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 304
Erscheinungsdatum 27.06.2017
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-5098-3107-4
Verlag Pan macmillan Ltd.
Maße (L/B/H) 15.3/23.3/3.1 cm
Gewicht 504 g
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