Normal People: Exclusive Edition (Paperback)
  • Normal People: Exclusive Edition (Paperback)
  • Normal People: Exclusive Edition (Paperback)
  • Normal People: Exclusive Edition (Paperback)
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Normal People: Exclusive Edition (Paperback)

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Published: 02/05/2019

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Waterstones Says

Capturing the zeitgeist with all the skill and subtlety of her debut, Conversations with Friends, Sally Rooney’s Normal People follows the intersecting story of Marianne and Connell as they navigate the changing landscape of their relationship into adulthood.

"Normal People is fiction at its brightest and most inclusive in a universally relatable modern romance which has been a favourite amongst our booksellers and customers. Clever yet unpretentious, literary yet highly approachable, it is that rare gift of a novel which can be enjoyed by readers of all tastes." - Bea Carvalho, Waterstones Fiction Buyer

Exclusive Edition - contains an exclusive preview of the first chapter of Sally Rooney's new novel Beautiful World, Where Are You.

Marianne is the young, affluent, intellectual wallflower; Connell is the boy everyone likes, shadowed by his family’s reputation and poverty. Unlikely friends, and later lovers, their small town beginnings in rural Ireland are swiftly eclipsed by the heady worlds of student Dublin. Gradually their intense, mismatched love becomes a battleground of power, class, and the falsehoods they choose to believe.

Normal People is a tale of deceptive simplicity, a very accessible narrative of two seemingly mismatched young people who share a profound, inescapable understanding. Beyond that however is something properly universal, a study of how one person can forever shape and impact another. Marianne and Connell emerge almost shockingly real and deeply vulnerable in their different ways.

Sally Rooney has evolved into perhaps the most nuanced contemporary observer we have. Brimming with longing, regret and intimacy, Normal People is everything, as a culture, we need from our fiction. It is a story that is absolutely universal to us all, and it is brilliant.

Winner of Waterstones Book of the Year 2018

Waterstones Fiction Book of the Month for May 2019

Winner of the Costa Novel Award 2018

Longlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2018.

Longlisted for the Dylan Thomas Prize 2019

Longlisted for the Women's Prize for Fiction 2019

Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 9780571374106
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 240 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 17 mm
Edition: Main

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“A brilliant novel about love.....”

After reading ‘ Conversations with Friends ‘ , I become great fan of Sally Rooney’s writing.

If I would say to you that this book is about two ordinary people falling in love, I wouldn’t be able to justify it... More

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“Love”

Reading, “Conversations with Friends,” I was fascinated to see an author cleverly observe close friendships.
Sally Rooney writes with flare. Acutely making references to the smaller details. Marianne and Connell are... More

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“Normal People”

This will probably be the last book I read from this year's longlist (unless Snap or Sabrina are shortlisted). I have been hearing great things about Sally Rooney since her name got a number of glowing... More

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