The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy

Hardcover $25.00

Mar 03, 2015 | 384 Pages

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Mar 03, 2015 | 400 Pages

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Mar 03, 2015 | 636 Minutes

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Mar 03, 2015 | 630 Minutes

  • Hardcover $25.00

    Mar 03, 2015 | 384 Pages

  • Ebook $12.99

    Mar 03, 2015 | 400 Pages


“In the end, this lovely book is full of joy. Much more than the story of a woman’s enduring love for an ordinary, flawed man, it’s an ode to messy, imperfect, glorious, unsung humanity. . . . [Queenie’s] love song is for us. Thank you, Rachel Joyce.”The Washington Post
“Joyce’s writing at moments has a simplicity that sings. She captures hope best of all.”The Guardian
“[A] deeply affecting novel . . . Culminating in a shattering revelation, [Queenie’s] tale is funny, sad, hopeful: She’s bound for death, but full of life.”People
“Like Harold Fry, Queenie is delightful and dark. . . . But Joyce is so deft that when the book is over and you close the cover, the darkness fades. What sticks with you is the light of Queenie’s unwavering love.”—Minneapolis Star Tribune
“[A] beguiling follow-up . . . In telling Queenie’s side of the story, Joyce accomplishes the rare feat of endowing her continuing narrative with as much pathos and warmth, wisdom and poignancy as her debut. Harold was beloved by millions; Queenie will be, too.”Booklist (starred review)
“Joyce has a wonderfully evocative turn of phrase and like her other books this is a delightful read. . . . Queenie is an uplifting and moving companion to Harold.”Daily Express
“Joyce nicely calls the book a companion rather than a sequel. But The Love Song is bolder than a retread of the same material from another angle. . . . After two such involving novels, readers are bound to wish for a third.”The Telegraph
“[Joyce] manages to both add depth to an already strong work and build something new and beautiful upon it.”The A.V. Club
“A wonderful read . . . It is not necessary to read Harold’s story before reading Queenie’s to enjoy this bittersweet novel, which is a pleasure in its own right. However, reading both will only serve to double that pleasure.”The Independent

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