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The Paper Palace

Miranda Cowley Heller

From Shelf: What I Read in 2021

LONGLISTED FOR THE WOMEN'S PRIZE 2022'A deeply emotional love story that follows one day in the life of Elle Bishop as she navigates the unravelling of secrets, lies and a very complex love triangle' REESE WITHERSPOON'Glorious and gorgeous. I was absolutely immersed and gripped and I'm devastated to have finished it' MARIAN KEYES ----------------A PAGE-TURNING SUMMERTIME READ FOR FANS OF WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING AND LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHEREOn a perfect August morning, Elle Bishop heads out for a swim in the pond below 'The Paper Palace' - her family's holiday home in Cape Cod. As she dives beneath the water she relives the passionate encounter she had the night before, against the side of the house that knows all her darkest secrets, while her husband and mother chatted to their guests inside...So begins a story that unfolds over twenty-four hours and fifty years, as Elle's shocking betrayal leads her to a life-changing decision - and an ending you won't be able to stop thinking about.----------------'Here is a love triangle that keeps you turning the pages' Rachel Joyce'Utterly addictive' Rosamund Lupton'Dry, sharp and with devastating depths plumbed so elegantly' Pandora Sykes'Smart, atmospheric and seriously juicy' Stylist'Earthy, intoxicating, shimmering' Sunday TimesReaders have been gripped by THE PAPER PALACE too:***** 'I devoured this book in a couple of days'***** 'I fell in love with the characters'***** 'A heart-rending love story filled with so many complications, you won't want to finish it'***** 'It pulled me in from the first page'***** 'If you loved Where the Crawdads Sing then you will love this book as well'

Format:
Paperback / softback
Pages:
400
Publisher:
Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN:
9780241470725
Published Date:
8/7/2021
Dimensions:
234mm x 153mm x 29mm
Weight:
484g
Category:
Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

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RRP: £12.99

Format: Paperback / softback

ISBN: 9780241470725

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