The Flight of Cornelia Blackwood (Hardback)Susan Elliot Wright (author)
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What has happened to Cornelia Blackwood?
She has a loving marriage. But she has no friends.
Everyone knows her name. But no one will speak to her now.
Cornelia Blackwood has unravelled once before. Can she stop it from happening again?
From a supremely talented storyteller, The Flight of Cornelia Blackwood is a powerful novel of motherhood, loss and loneliness and how we can make damaging choices when pushed to our emotional edge.
A paperback bestseller with her debut novel, The Things We Never Said, and nominated for an RNA Award in 2014, Susan Elliot Wright has written a truly important novel that explores the dark depths of psychosis with honesty and sensitivity.
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Number of pages: 384
Dimensions: 216 x 135 x 27 mm
'A powerful, compelling and emotional rollercoaster of a novel.' - Hannah Richell, author of The Peacock Summer
'Dark and compelling, a slow-motion collapse; I read it in 24 hours with my heart in my mouth. So good!' - Julie Cohen, author of Together
'A powerful and talented voice.' - Rachel Hore, author of Last Letter Home
'A brave and moving story about how much can be lost and what happens next.' - Alison Moore
'This story of motherhood and secrets handles a difficult subject with skill and sensitivity.' - Catherine Isaac, author of You Me Everything
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