Ferney

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Sphere, 2008 - Aged men - 466 pages
61 Reviews
When Mike and Gally move to a new cottage in Somerset, it's to make a new start. But the relationship comes under strain when Gally forms an increasingly close attachment to an old countryman, Ferney, who seems to know everything about her.What is it that draws them together? Reluctantly at first, then with more urgency as he feels time slipping away, Ferney compels Gally to understand their connection - and to face an inexplicable truth about their shared past.

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User Review  - Rachel Pirie - Goodreads

This book is unbelievable. Not in a good way. The basic premise is that Ferney and Gally have been reincarnated throughout time, always ending up in the same village and in love with each other. Now ... Read full review

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User Review  - Katrina Oliver - Goodreads

One of my favourite books. A fascinating tale of lives lived, again and again. Set in Wiltshire, this book tells the story of Gally and Ferney, and a love older than time. An intriguing and fascinating story, this book had me hooked from the start and I was disappointed to reach the end. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
14
Section 3
43
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About the author (2008)

James Long is the author of Ferney & of four acclaimed thrillers published in England. A former BBC correspondent, he lives in Devon, England.

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