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The 24-Hour Cafe : An uplifting story of friendship, hope and following your dreams from the top ten bestseller, Paperback / softback Book

The 24-Hour Cafe : An uplifting story of friendship, hope and following your dreams from the top ten bestseller Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback

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From the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Lido comes a story about following your dreams, set over one single day. 'A moving and beautifully crafted novel about love, friendship and life' Mike Gayle***Welcome to the cafe that never sleeps. Day and night, Stella's Cafe opens its doors to the lonely and the lost, the morning people and the night owls.

It's a place where everyone is always welcome, where life can wait at the door. Meet Hannah and Mona: best friends, waitresses, dreamers.

They love working at Stella's - the different people they meet, the small kindnesses exchanged.

But is it time to step outside and make their own way in life?Come inside and spend twenty-four hours at Stella's Cafe, where one day might just be enough to change your life . . . ***Praise for The Lido, Libby Page's bestselling debut:'Tender, thought-provoking and uplifting' Daily Mail'Feel-good and uplifting, this charming novel is full of heart' Lucy Diamond'A joyful celebration of community and friendship' Observer'Did I #lovethelido?

So much my heart broke a little turning the last page.

A stunning debut' Clare Mackintosh'A standout hymn to female friendship and the power of collective action' Stylist'Such a kind and lovely novel, The Lido has a heart that shines from every page' A J Pearce

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