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The Unsinkable Greta James, Hardback Book

The Unsinkable Greta James Hardback

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'Warm, funny, and bursting with heart' Rebecca SerleAn indie musician reeling from tragedy reconnects with her estranged father on a week-long cruise in this tale of grief, fame, and love from bestselling author Jennifer E.

Smith. Just after the sudden death of her mother - her most devoted fan - and weeks before the launch of her high-stakes second album, Greta James falls apart on stage.

The footage quickly goes viral and she stops playing.

Greta's career is suddenly in jeopardy - the kind of jeopardy her father, Conrad, has always warned her about. Months later, Greta - still heartbroken and very much adrift - reluctantly agrees to accompany Conrad on the Alaskan cruise her parents had booked to celebrate their fortieth anniversary.

It could be their last chance to heal old wounds in the wake of shared loss.

But the trip will also prove to be a voyage of discovery for them both, and for Ben Wilder, a charming historian on-board, who is struggling with a major upheaval in his own life. In this unlikeliest of places - at sea and far from the packed venues where she usually plays - Greta finally confronts the heartbreak she's suffered, the family hurts that run deep, and how to find her voice again. 'Gorgeous, heartfelt' Amanda Eyre Ward'Thoughtful and tender and true' Janelle Brown'Filled with music, passion, and love of all kinds' Jill Santopolo'A total delight!' Christine Pride'Full of hope . . . vibrant' Linda Holmes

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