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Let Me Be Like Water

S. K. Perry

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Under the cathartic spell of the sea, and with a little help from a retired magician, a young woman learns how to rebuild her life in this stunningly poignant debut novel.

Holly moved to Brighton to escape her grief over the death of her boyfriend, Sam. But now she is here, sitting on a bench, listening to the sea sway ... what is supposed to happen next?

She had thought she'd want to be on her own. Wrecked. Stranded. But after she meets Frank, the tide begins to shift. Frank, a retired magician who has experienced his own loss but manages to be there for everyone else. Gradually, as he introduces Holly to a circle of new friends, young and old, all with their own stories of love and grief to share, she begins to learn to live again.

A moving and powerful debut, Let Me Be Like Water is a book simultaneously about nothing and everything: about the humdrum yet extraordinariness of everyday life; of lost and new connections; of loneliness and friendship.

S.K. Perry was shortlisted in the Mslexia Novel Competition, was a resident artist at the Roundhouse in Camden and a Cityread Young Writer in Residence in Soho. She co-founded the Great Men project, which trains men to talk to teenage boys about gender equality and healthy relationships in school workshops, and has undertaken arts projects and community organising in gender issues and recovery/resilience after violence. Studying creative writing at Manchester Metropolitan University, she lives in Leeds and is currently working on her second novel.


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Seitenzahl 224 (Printausgabe)
Erscheinungsdatum 04.04.2019
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9781911545149
Verlag Melville House UK
Dateigröße 826 KB


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