Poppyland

Poppyland

Book - 2008
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POPPYLAND is a love story about two people who fall for each other through a series of coincidences.




Ryder James meets Grace Hart the night her exhibition of paintings opens in Copenhagen. Both of them are loners, damaged by tragedy in their lives, both sceptical about love. But they have a connection that can't be broken, which takes them from their separate lives to Norfolk, where they both end up at the same time, bound together by a family event that neither of them knew the other was connected with.

Romantic, elegiac, absorbing and quixotic, this love story for difficult people is a testament to the power of attraction. It's about the sea and land, about the past and how it shapes our futures, about how we find the right person to be with - a truly universal story.

Publisher: London : Headline Review, 2008.
ISBN: 9780755341900
0755341902
9780755324118
0755324110
Characteristics: 343 p. ;,22 cm.

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Andge1 Jun 30, 2012

I enjoyed a few of the twists and turns in the story but I didn't find it to be a "gripping read" like the book jacket boasts. The author was a bit wordy and perhaps a bit over dramatic. It's an okay read - just don't expect it to be the best story you've ever read.


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Andge1 Jun 30, 2012

I enjoyed a few of the twists and turns in the story but I didn't find it to be a "gripping read" like the book jacket boasts. The author was a bit wordy and perhaps a bit over dramatic. It's an okay read - just don't expect it to be the best story you've ever read.

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