The Bride's Farewell (häftad)
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Format
Häftad (Paperback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
208
Utgivningsdatum
2010-06-03
Utmärkelser
Short-listed for Carnegie Medal 2011
Förlag
Penguin Books Ltd
Dimensioner
197 x 129 x 12 mm
Vikt
160 g
ISBN
9780141323404

The Bride's Farewell

Häftad, Engelska, 2010-06-03
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With its brooding and atmospheric nineteenth century setting, Meg Rosoff's The Bride's Farewell is a romantic novel that continues to haunt and captivate the reader long after reading.On the morning of her wedding, Pell Ridley creeps out of bed in the dark, kisses her sisters goodbye and flees - determined to escape a future that offers nothing but hard work and sorrow.The road ahead is rich with longing, silence and secrets, and each encounter leads her closer to the untold story of her past.And then she meets a hunter - infuriating, mysterious and cold. His fate appears to be strangely entwined with her own. Will he help her to find what she seeks? Or must she continue to wander the earth, searching for love and lost things . . . Bestselling author Meg Rosoff has received great critical acclaim since the publication of her first novel How I Live Now (winner of the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize). Her other novels, Just in Case (winner of the 2007 Carnegie Medal) and What I Was which was described by The Times as 'Samuel Beckett on ecstasy', are also available from Puffin. Follow Meg on Twitter @megrosoff.
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Meg Rosoff became a publishing sensation with her first novel, How I Live Now, which won the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize. Her second novel, Just in Case, won the Carnegie Medal in 2007. What I Was was described by The Times as 'Samuel Beckett on Ecstasy'. Meg lives in London with her husband and daughter.