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    The Wonderous And Tragic Life Of Ivan And Ivana

    £12.99
    the latest novel from the 2018 winner of the alternative nobel prize.
    ISBN: 9781912987092
    AuthorMaryse Conde
    Pub Date09/07/2020
    BindingPaperback
    Pages368
    Availability: In Stock

    Ivan and Ivana are twins with a bond so strong they become afraid of their feelings. As young adults in Paris, Ivana joins the police while Ivan walks the path of radicalisation. Unable to live with or without each other, become perpetrator and victim in a wave of violent attacks. With her most impressive novel to date, this master storyteller offers an impressive picture of a colourful yet turbulent 21st century.

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    Ivan and Ivana are twins with a bond so strong they become afraid of their feelings. As young adults in Paris, Ivana joins the police while Ivan walks the path of radicalisation. Unable to live with or without each other, become perpetrator and victim in a wave of violent attacks. With her most impressive novel to date, this master storyteller offers an impressive picture of a colourful yet turbulent 21st century.

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