Novemila giorni e una sola notte
Publish date: September 19th 2013
Publisher: Editrice Nord
Pages no: 336
Edition language: Italian
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A sweeping story told in letters, spanning two continents and two world wars, Jessica Brockmole’s atmospheric debut novel captures the indelible ways that people fall in love, and celebrates the power of the written word to stir the heart. March 1912: Twenty-four-year-old Elspeth Dunn, a published p...
SWEDISH REVIEW En svepande kärlekshistoria över två världskrig och två kontinenter!Mars 1912:24-åriga poeten Espeth Dunn har aldrig sett världen bortom sitt hem i Skottlands avlägsna Isle of Skye. Så när hon får ett brev från ett fan, David Graham, collegestudent i Amerika, blir hon förundrad. De tv...
Picked this up because of the Skye connection, knowing it would appeal to my family. However, there's relatively little about Skye: the author is an American who appears to have visited there but not to have an intimate knowledge of the place. Instead, we have a pleasant, light epistolary novel usin...
Beautiful story of a very intimate long-distance relationship, unfolded in detailed letters over the years. I loved every minute of this book - the emotions were so palpable and the lives of the characters so clear and real. I was almost afraid as I got close to the end of what would happen - all I...
2.5 starsLetters from Skye features a poet in Scotland who receives a fan letter from a man in the United States. This fan letter turns into a consistent correspondence that maintains for more than five years. The two individuals end up falling in love while also having to deal with the trials and t...
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