Every Colour of You (Hardback)Amelia Mandeville (author)
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What happens when someone who lives every day to the full meets someone who can only see reasons to stop living?
We had a story - short, but not a simple one. I couldn't stay here and explain it all to you. If you really want to know, you'll have to take time out of your day.
You'll have to read it...
Zoe's life is full of colour. A fan of impromptu yoga, inspirational quotes and experimenting with hair dye, she's on a mission to make the most of each and every day - even if she is currently spending most of her time behind a checkout till.
Then she meets Tristan. The rumour is that since his dad died, Tristan's life has fallen apart. No one has seen him for months. But now he's reappeared, does that mean he's back to 'normal'?
Zoe soon realises Tristan is struggling with a sadness that she can't possibly understand and becomes determined to bring a world of colour back into his life. But the harder she tries, the more she realises it's something she can't fix - and in trying to put him back together, a part of her is beginning to fall apart. . .
Heart-breaking, heart-healing and a story you won't want to end, Amelia Mandeville's unforgettable debut is a love story with a difference, for fans of Me Before You, The Summer of Impossible Things and Giovanna Fletcher.
'Amelia Mandeville has painted a beautiful coming of age story filled with colourful characters' Emma Cooper, author of The Songs of Us
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 1 g
Dimensions: 158 x 240 x 40 mm
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This story truly did break my heart and put it back together again. To think this is Amelia Mandeville’s first novel blows my mind. The depth in which she goes on the effects of mental health is truly fantastic and is... More
“Every Colour of You”
Firstly i think it's a shame to see that almost all of these 5 star reviews are the authors boyfriends, friends, family etc, and the same on goodreads- whatever happened to trying to let work speak for itself... More
“A poor attempt at reinventing the love story”
Mandeville pens a largely basic storyline, with little to no attempt at constructing an interesting narrative. The topics covered have potential but unfortunately they’re approached with poor storytelling and the... More
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