Pages for You

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Pan Macmillan, Jul 6, 2011 - Fiction - 288 pages
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‘A love letter written for a lost lover . . . mesmerizing’ Helen Dunmore, The Times

When Flannery Jansen arrives at university, she is totally unprepared for an encounter that will rock her existence. But when she comes across Anne Arden in a local diner, Flannery falls dramatically and desperately in love. Flannery is quickly embarrassed in the face of the older woman’s poise and sophistication, and under the gaze of those impossible green eyes, but slowly their paths intertwine, and soon Flannery becomes Anne’s eager student in life and love.

Pages for You is the story of the beginning, blossoming and falling apart of that delirious love affair.

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User Review  - tielwingsmama - LibraryThing

I just finished reading Pages For You and I am surprised I had never heard of it before. I mean, I understand there is still that stigma associated with the LGBT community and for that reason books ... Read full review

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User Review  - senbei - LibraryThing

In response to a simple adverb phrase found on page 17 (“emerald mockery”), I wrote this in my marginalia: Bloody genius. The mockery of her eyes. Deeper level of meaning: she hasn’t witnessed it but ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Sylvia Brownrigg is the author of six novels (including The Metaphysical Touch, Pages for You, The Delivery Room, Morality Tale and Pages for Her), and her work has been included in the New York Times Notable Books and the LA Times Best Books of the Year. She has written for the New York Times, the Guardian, and the TLS, and she has taught at the American University in Paris. Her novel for children, Kepler’s Dream (published under the name Juliet Bell), has been made into a film. She lives in Berkeley, California with her family, and continues to spend time in London.

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