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Connemara
Connemara
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From the Goncourt Prize-winning author of And Their Children After Them, a breathtaking story of unfulfilled dreams, unexpected second chances, and love in a present-day France turning against itself Hélène is approaching forty. Born in a small town in the east of France, she worked hard to leave it behind and achieve a life worthy of the glossy magazines she pored over as a teen. But now that she seemingly has it all--a husband and two daughters, a successful career, and an architect-des…
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  • Autorius: Nicolas Mathieu
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  • ISBN-10: 1635423562
  • ISBN-13: 9781635423563
  • Formatas: 13.2 x 20.1 x 2.8 cm, minkšti viršeliai
  • Kalba: Anglų

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From the Goncourt Prize-winning author of And Their Children After Them, a breathtaking story of unfulfilled dreams, unexpected second chances, and love in a present-day France turning against itself

Hélène is approaching forty. Born in a small town in the east of France, she worked hard to leave it behind and achieve a life worthy of the glossy magazines she pored over as a teen. But now that she seemingly has it all--a husband and two daughters, a successful career, and an architect-designed house near Nancy--she feels unfulfilled, as though the years have passed her by.

Christophe just turned forty and has never left his little corner of France, where he grew up with Hélène. No longer as handsome as he used to be, he's led an unassuming life, preferring to hang out with friends and party rather than apply himself. These days, he's selling dog food, dreaming of playing hockey again like he did when he was sixteen, and living with his father and son--a quiet, indecisive existence, which could be seen as failure. And yet he fully believes that anything is still possible.

Telling the story of how their two disparate lives intersect once more, Connemara beautifully evokes the complex pain and joy of returning to your roots, and trying to make a relationship last in a rapidly changing, increasingly divided country.

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From the Goncourt Prize-winning author of And Their Children After Them, a breathtaking story of unfulfilled dreams, unexpected second chances, and love in a present-day France turning against itself

Hélène is approaching forty. Born in a small town in the east of France, she worked hard to leave it behind and achieve a life worthy of the glossy magazines she pored over as a teen. But now that she seemingly has it all--a husband and two daughters, a successful career, and an architect-designed house near Nancy--she feels unfulfilled, as though the years have passed her by.

Christophe just turned forty and has never left his little corner of France, where he grew up with Hélène. No longer as handsome as he used to be, he's led an unassuming life, preferring to hang out with friends and party rather than apply himself. These days, he's selling dog food, dreaming of playing hockey again like he did when he was sixteen, and living with his father and son--a quiet, indecisive existence, which could be seen as failure. And yet he fully believes that anything is still possible.

Telling the story of how their two disparate lives intersect once more, Connemara beautifully evokes the complex pain and joy of returning to your roots, and trying to make a relationship last in a rapidly changing, increasingly divided country.

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