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My Sardinian Summer : Dreaming of escape from lockdown, Paperback / softback Book

My Sardinian Summer : Dreaming of escape from lockdown Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


A laugh-out-loud, poignant and uplifting ode to the simple pleasure and small joys in life.

Perfect for fans of Gail Honeyman, Rosanna Ley and Ruth Hogan. "A lovely feel-good story" -Lisa, NetGalley reviewer"I adored this book... a wonderful discovery!" -Breves litteraires blogHow do you find where you're going, if you've forgotten where you're from... WHAT READERS THINK"A wonderful read" -Abby, NetGalley reviewer"An ode to the simple pleasure and small joys in life." -Breves litteraires blog"A real treat!" -RTBF"A book full of light, sunshine and joy.""The writing is soft, luminous, and full of hope." -Blogger"A delightful novel that celebrates the reading experience." -Tele 7 JoursGiacomo is stuck in a funk he can't shake - and a translation he can't finish.

When he's summoned home to Sardinia, to say a final goodbye to his dying grandmother, he's offered the perfect opportunity to escape.

On the noisy, sun-drenched island, Giacomo reconnects with long-lost friends and overbearing relatives, relives the childhood he once couldn't wait to leave behind, and rediscovers new joie-de-vivre within him.

Never mind that he's making no progress on his translation. . . When the time comes to leave once more, Giacomo wonders: has he fallen back in love with his home-island? Or has he been hiding from something which he needs the courage to return and confront?

But most importantly - is his grandma really as ill as she's claiming to be?




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