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By Jessica Brockmole

The acclaimed writer of Letters from Skye returns with a rare tale of a friendship born of proximity yet boundless within the face of separation and war.
 
Luc Crépet is conversant in his mother’s bringing wounded creatures to their idyllic château within the French geographical region, the place therapeutic comes clearly amid the plush wildflowers and crumbling stone partitions. but his maman’s most recent venture is the main astonishing: a fifteen-year-old Scottish woman grieving over her mom and dad’ destiny. A curious baby with a creative soul, Clare Ross unearths solace in her connection to Luc, and he or she in flip conjures up him in methods he by no means inspiration attainable. Then, simply as unexpectedly as Clare arrives, she is long gone, whisked away via her grandfather to the farthest reaches of the globe. Devastated by way of her departure, Luc starts to write down letters to Clare—and, while she strikes from Portugal to Africa and past, the reminiscence of the summer time they shared retains her grounded.
 
Years later, within the wake of worldwide battle I, Clare, now an artist, returns to France to aid create facial prostheses for wounded squaddies. one of many cautious veterans who involves the studio turns out normal, and as his masks takes form underneath her palms, she acknowledges Luc. yet is that this soldier, made sour via conflict and betrayal, an analogous boy who as soon as wrote her wistful letters from Paris? After warfare and such a lot of years aside, can Clare and Luc recapture how they felt on the fringe of that long-ago summer?
 
Bringing to lifestyles unforgettable characters and the wealthy ancient interval they inhabit, Jessica Brockmole indicates how love and forgiveness can redeem us.
 
Praise for Jessica Brockmole’s Letters From Skye
 
“A amazing tale of 2 girls, their loves, their secrets and techniques, and global wars [in which] the wonderful thing about Scotland, the tragedy of struggle, the longings of the guts, and the struggles of a kinfolk torn aside by way of disloyalty are brilliantly drawn.”Publishers Weekly (starred review)
 
“Tantalizing . . . guaranteed to please readers who loved different epistolary novels like The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society.”—Stratford Gazette
 
“An soaking up and lucrative saga of loss and discovery.”—Kate Alcott, writer of The Dressmaker
 
“A sweeping and candy (but no longer saccharine) love story.”USA Today
 
“[A] incredible little jewel.”Richmond Times-Dispatch
 
“A fascinating love tale that celebrates the ability of hope.”—Vanessa Diffenbaugh, writer of The Language of Flowers

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