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Writers & Lovers

Funny yet heartbreaking, the perfect read for fans of One Day and Normal People

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Häftad,  Engelska, 2021-02-04
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Funny and heartbreaking, Writers & Lovers by Lily King is the bitingly clever story of Casey, a young writer who has lost her direction in life. Until two men step into her world and offer her two very different futures . . . The New York Times Bestseller Captivating, potent, incisive, and wise Madeline Miller, author of Circe Extremely funny Sunday Times Recently out of a devastating love affair and mourning the loss of her beloved mum, Casey is lost. The novel she has been writing for six years isnt going anywhere, her debt is soaring, and at thirty-one, with all her friends getting married and having kids, she feels too old for things to be this way. Then she meets Silas. He is kind, handsome, interested. But only a few weeks later, Oscar older, fascinating, troubled walks into her life, his two boys in tow. Suddenly Casey finds herself at the point of a love triangle, torn between two very different relationships that promise two very different futures. And shes still got to write that book . . . Suffused with hopefulness and kindness Ann Patchett Exquisite Sunday Telegraph Funny and immensely clever Tessa Hadley Reading the book feels like waiting for clouds to break a kind of gorgeous agony Guardian I loved this book Curtis Sittenfeld
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Lily King is one of our great literary treasures and Writers & Lovers is suffused with her brilliance. It is captivating, potent, incisive, and wise, a moving story of grief, and recovering from grief, and of a young woman finding her courage for life -- Madeline Miller, author of <i>Circe</i> Exquisite . . . a warm and buoyant romance -- Book of the Week * Sunday Telegraph * Writers & Lovers made me happy . . . suffused with hopefulness and kindness. Lily King writes with a great generosity of spirit. -- Ann Patchett A wry and perceptive coming-of-age story -- Hannah Beckerman * Observer * A novel with the broad embrace of a 1990s Richard Curtis film . . . Theres romance, theres a moral journey and there are characters with amusing foibles. * Sunday Times * I loved this book from the first paragraph . . . honest and riveting and insightful about creativity and life. -- Curtis Sittenfeld Delightful . . . warm, funny and sharply observed . . . an affecting, uplifting exploration of the risks and rewards of opening up * Daily Mail * My favourite of Lily King's books so far. Exuberant and affirming, it's funny and immensely clever, emotionally rare and strong. I feel bereft now I've finished -- Tessa Hadley, author of<i> Late in The Day</i> Unflinching and ultimately buoyant in its depiction of the courage and grit required to stay creative, this is essential reading for any aspiring author * Mail on Sunday * Gorgeous -- Elizabeth Strout, author of <i>My Name is Lucy Barton</i> This smooth, deliberate chronicle of creation keeps the men in their place and Casey firmly rooted at the center of her own story. * Los Angeles Times * King has created . . . someone akin to Sally Rooneys Frances in Conversations with Friends * Boston Globe * A knowing look at the pursuit of a life in the arts, with a protagonist youll root for. * Marie Claire * A comic and compassionate novel . . . With wit and what reads like deep insider wisdom, Ms. King captures the chronic low-level panic of taking a leap into the artsy unknown and finding yourself adrift, without land or rescue in sight. -- Maureen Corrigan * Wall Street Journal * This novel will become a defining classic for struggling young writers. * Vulture * Intimate and vulnerable . . . Lily Kings novel follows a deeply relatable protagonist navigating a whole menu of crises surrounded by a cast of genuine, vivid characters . . . The book occupies a small space, but packs it to the brim with humanity. * Entertainment Weekly * Lily King writes masterfully about desire and loss, creativity and inspiration, and how each overlaps and influences the other -- Christina Baker Kline, author of <i>A Peace of the World</i> Writers & Lovers stole my heart from its first pages. I am in love with this book. In. Love. This deep dive of a novel will stay with me forever -- Elin Hilderbrand<b>,</b> author of <i>Summer of 69</i> A vivid, funny and altogether real look at what living a creative life means for a woman * Elle Magazine (USA) * Romantic and funny, this smart, witty book takes a wonderfully life-affirming look at love, literature and second chances. * Daily Express * A smart, witty book * Daily Mirror * Witty and affecting, Writers & Lovers explores where grit can get you, even when everything appears to be falling apart. * i newspaper * If you like smart, acerbic but ultimately life-affirming fiction, youll love it * Stylist * Infused with tenderness and wry wit in equal measure, Writers & Lovers is Kings best book yet. * Irish Times * Puzzling and beautiful . . . Reading the book feels like waiting for clouds to break a kind of gorgeous agony * Guardian * Smart, funny and a breeze to read * Metro * Kings writing is spirited, clever and funny, and her novel is better than most others youll read this year. * Evening Standard * This book!!! I beg you to read it,

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Lily King is the author of Writers & Lovers, The Pleasing Hour, The English Teacher, Father of the Rain and Euphoria. Euphoria was a New York Times bestseller and won the Kirkus Prize and the New England Book Award for Fiction. It was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award. King is also the recipient of a Whiting Writers' Award and has twice won both the Maine Fiction Award and the New England Book Award. She lives with her husband and children in Maine, USA.