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Come Again (Hardback)
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Come Again (Hardback)

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Hardback 288 Pages / Published: 07/05/2020
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Kate still sleeps with her husband's T-shirt, but it doesn't smell of Luke any more. She misses him every day. One morning, Kate wakes up back at college. She's eighteen years old. She remembers everything. And she realises that this is the week that she will meet Luke for the first time. What if the man you lost could be found again? But then, what if he doesn't know he's lost? And what if he's still just a boy? The debut novel from Robert Webb, Come Again is a time-travelling romance about living in the moment, love before death, and life before the internet.

Publisher: Canongate Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781786890122
Number of pages: 288
Dimensions: 220 x 144 mm
Edition: Main


MEDIA REVIEWS
Praise for HOW NOT TO BE A BOY: Quite simply brilliant. I (genuinely) cried. I (genuinely) laughed out loud. It's profound, touching, personal yet universal . . . I loved it -- J.K. ROWLING
With enormous poignancy and insight . . . Webb's early portrait of himself as a hapless underdog navigating the boulder-strewn path of masculinity is vividly drawn and very funny . . . Echoes of Adrian Mole * * Guardian * *
Takes us deftly from hilarity to heart-stopping hurt . . . A truly great read, full of heart -- DAWN FRENCH
Frank and compelling . . . Laugh-out-loud funny . . . also, in parts, blink-back-tears sad. Why would I blink back tears rather than give full rein to the emotion? Well, Webb can explain * * Mail on Sunday * *
Written with wit and clarity, How Not To Be a Boy is a funny, rueful, truthful book. I enjoyed every page -- STEPHEN FRY
A brilliant telling of a sad story, it is also a manifesto for a change in attitudes . . . I laughed innumerable times and cried twice . . . You should give a copy to any young male you care about ***** * * S Magazine, Sunday Express * *
A witty, honest coming-of-age story with a subtext that tackles masculinity and manhood. Webb has a storytelling skill many would kill for -- IAN RANKIN
Funny, poignant, revealing * * Daily Telegraph * *
Simply brilliant -- JOANNA LUMLEY
Funny and wonderful and necessary -- SARAH MILLICAN

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