Two Lives : Level 3, Paperback
4 out of 5 (8 ratings)


Award-winning original fiction for learners of English.

At seven levels, from Starter to Advanced, this impressive selection of carefully graded readers offers exciting reading for every student's capabilities. In a small Welsh village Megan and Huw fall in love.

But then a tragic accident changes Huw's life and he must move abroad.

Fifty years later, Huw and Megan finally meet again.

Both their lives have changed and Megan is about to get married.

Can Huw convince her that their love is still strong?Paperback-only version.

Also available with Audio CDs including complete text recordings from the book.

Contains adult material which may not be suitable for younger readers.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 64 pages, 2 line figures
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: ELT graded readers
  • ISBN: 9780521795043


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I was impressed with this book.What a deep love they have!

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Huw was in love with Megan,who was a schoolgirl.However,he had to move to a city for removed from their village.Afterwards,he was out of contact with her because of her father's plot. Fifty years later,his letters reminded her of their dating.She tried to contact him. This story is very beautiful.I read this book,while I wished character's happiness.

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This is a story about Huw and Megan. They love each other. They are happy. Megan is a beatiful and she is popular. She have a close boyfriend and they made mistake... I like this story. It's my first love story through graded readers. I found love story is easy to read because I'm interested in that very much. The finish of the story is little sad, and after reading I deeply tought what true love is.I am so impressed with this. I like this one.

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This story is typical,but sad love story.Huw and Megan fell in love when they were teenagers.However, they could't marry and he moved Canada.After fifty years,they exchange letters...I envy them.This is the best romance!

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Huw and Megan had been in love, but one day they had to start living separately. I was surprised that though they received no letters from each other, they were constant in love over fifty years. This story told me that nothing can make people stop loving their dears.

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