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|Title||Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend||
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|Author||ISBN||9780701189075||Add to shopping cart|
|Publisher||Chatto & Windus||Group||Fiction||View shopping cart|
|Binding||Paperback||Category||Fiction A-Z||Terms and conditions|
|Subject||Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)|
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|Synopsis||This is a book about books.
All sorts of books, from Little Women and Harry Potter to Jodi Picoult and Jane Austen, from to Stieg Larsson to Joyce Carol Oates to Proust.
Its about the joy and pleasure of books, about learning from and escaping into them, and possibly even hiding behind them. Its about whether or not books are better than real life.
It's also a book about a Swedish girl called Sara, her elderly American penfriend Amy and what happens when you land a very different kind of bookshop in the middle of a town so broken its almost beyond repair.
Featured in the Deepest Winter 2015 Great Reads Newsletter.
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