The Sea Between Us (Paperback)Emylia Hall (author)
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From the author of the Richard and Judy bookclub pick The Book of Summers comes a captivating, moving novel of love and family which will sweep you away to the beautiful coast of Cornwall.
In a remote Cornish cove, on one of the last days of summer, Robyn Swinton is drowning. She is saved - just - by local boy Jago Winters, and it is a moment that will change both of them forever.
Over the next seven years, Robyn and Jago's paths lead them in different directions, to city streets and foreign shores. Will the bond forged that day Jago dragged Robyn in from the sea be strong enough to bring them back to one another, or has life already pulled them too far apart?
Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
Number of pages: 448
Weight: 302 g
Dimensions: 198 x 161 x 38 mm
This atmospheric, slow burn of a read is perfect for the end of the summer * Daily Mail *
Lush, romantic escapism * Mirror *
A perfect summer read. A book as magical as its Rockabilly Cove, as Jago and Robyn's tantalising, teasing journey -- Tiffany Murray, author of DIAMOND STAR HALO and SUGAR HALL
An utterly beautiful story, brimming with romance and tinged with loss. The reader is swept away to the wild and rugged seascapes of Cornwall and beyond as we follow the journey of Jago and Robyn. Hall's sensuous, vivid prose draws you in and holds you captive until the last page. This is a summer read to be devoured -- Lucy Clarke, author of THE SEA SISTERS
The Sea Between Us is that rare beast - a beautifully written, intricately observed love story that's both lyrical and enchanting. The story ebbs and flows like the Cornish coast as love is gained, lost and gained again. This is a novel that deserves to be savoured -- Hannah Beckerman, author of THE DEAD WIFE'S HANDBOOK
Luscious tastes of Cornwall wrapped in yearning, loss, regret and love...wonderful -- Liz Fenwick, author of THE CORNISH HOUSE
The prose is an art-form in itself... a story that grabs the reader and completely immerses them in a picturesque world from the first to the last page. I couldn't put it down... beautifully written * The Book Bag *
Praise for Emylia Hall:
'As tender and insightful as it is gripping... the sheer joy of being young and alive is shining out on every page'-- Susan Fletcher, author of Eve Green
A novel that glints with passion, loss and doubt * Marie Claire *
A joy to read * Sunday Express *
'Enchanting and vivid... an amazing debut * Cosmopolitan *
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“An absolutely wonderful read, especially if you love Cornwall. ”
This is the first novel I have read by this author and it certainly won’t be the last. I was blown away by her beautiful, lyrical and descriptive writing. She had me captivated with the story of Robyn and Jago from... More
“An intensely atmospheric novel that will captivate readers with its lush descriptions of Cornwall ”
When Robyn moves with her parents to Merrin, Cornwall, she's aching to leave the remote place before she has even truly arrived. She's gearing up to go to university so Merrin was only ever meant to be a... More
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