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Afterwards by Rosamund Lupton

How many books do you buy, shelve, and forget about? When I’d bought Rosamund Lupton’s Afterwards in Heathrow Airport in December, I was so excited to get a book four months before it would be published in the United States. … Continue reading

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Sister

Bee is writing a letter to her younger sister, Tess, who has always been the feisty rebel to Bee’s steady resolve. ┬áTess will never get the letter – she has been murdered – and Rosamund Lupton uses this epistolary device … Continue reading

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