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    Right After the Weather

    £8.99
    ISBN: 9780241392829
    AuthorCarol Anshaw
    Pub Date07/01/2021
    BindingPaperback
    Pages288
    Availability: In Stock

    'An exquisitely observed story of passion and friendship' Observer

    Cate is a stage designer in Chicago, caught up in an unconventional web of friends and lovers, when her life is suddenly overturned. Walking into her best friend's kitchen one day, she witnesses an act of violence that forces her to do something she never thought she could do. Nothing will ever be the same again.

    Wry, compassionate and startlingly beautiful, Right After the Weather explores the mess of trauma and love, and the reverberations of our actions.

    'Smart and often funny, perceptive and brilliantly observed. I loved being submerged in Cate's chaotic life' Claire Fuller

    'I loved it so much. Thought-provoking, emotionally intelligent and beautifully written' Daily Mail

    'An exquisitely written, psychologically sophisticated novel, rich in insight and sensitivity to human vulnerability' NY Journal of Books

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    'An exquisitely observed story of passion and friendship' Observer

    Cate is a stage designer in Chicago, caught up in an unconventional web of friends and lovers, when her life is suddenly overturned. Walking into her best friend's kitchen one day, she witnesses an act of violence that forces her to do something she never thought she could do. Nothing will ever be the same again.

    Wry, compassionate and startlingly beautiful, Right After the Weather explores the mess of trauma and love, and the reverberations of our actions.

    'Smart and often funny, perceptive and brilliantly observed. I loved being submerged in Cate's chaotic life' Claire Fuller

    'I loved it so much. Thought-provoking, emotionally intelligent and beautifully written' Daily Mail

    'An exquisitely written, psychologically sophisticated novel, rich in insight and sensitivity to human vulnerability' NY Journal of Books