- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- Penguin Books Ltd
- 197 x 128 x 24 mm
- 262 g
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The Forty Rules of Love
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Helene Karlsson, 5 januari 2017
Helt underbar bok, spännande berättad ur två perspektiv, ett historiskt och ett nutida. Dessa vävs sedan samman på ett fenomenalt sätt. Mycket läsvärd.
Shiba, 22 september 2015
Absorbing, captivating, and a mismerizing read! A unique spiritual experience. This book will never wear out for my senses. Highly recommend it.
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The past and present fit together beautifully in a passionate defence of passion itself * The Times * Colourfully woven and beguilingly intelligent * Daily Telegraph * Enlightening, enthralling. An affecting paean to faith and love * Metro * Shafak will challenge Paulo Coelho's dominance. With its timely, thought-provoking message . . . The Forty Rules of Love deserves to be a global publishing phenomenon * Independent * A gorgeous, jeweled, luxurious book * The Times *
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Elif Shafak is an award-winning British-Turkish novelist and the most widely read female author in Turkey. She writes in both Turkish and English, and has published seventeen books, eleven of which are novels. Her work has been translated into fifty languages. Shafak holds a PhD in political science and she has taught at various universities in Turkey, the US and the UK, including St Anne's College, Oxford University, where she is an honorary fellow. She is a member of World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on Creative Economy and a founding member of the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR). An advocate for women's rights, LGBT rights and freedom of speech, Shafak is an inspiring public speaker and twice a TED global speaker, each time receiving a standing ovation. Shafak contributes to many major publications around the world and she has been awarded the title of Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres. In 2017 she was chosen by Politico as one of the twelve people who would make the world better. She has judged numerous literary prizes and is chairing the Wellcome Prize 2019. Find out more about Elif Shafak on her website: www.elifshafak.com