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Oct 25, 2011
| ISBN 9780143119845
Dec 02, 2010
| ISBN 9781101445501
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Oct 25, 2011 | ISBN 9780143119845
Dec 02, 2010 | ISBN 9781101445501
"A moving portrait of a father who, unable to save what he most loved, tried to save what could have been." –The Atlanta Journal- Constitution
From the acclaimed author of Salt comes this exquisitely written and deeply haunting novel of love and family. When a terrible tragedy changes his family forever, Guy-alone and searching for answers-embarks in his old barge on the stormy waters of the North Sea, writing in his diary about the man he might have been and the family he should have had. His voyage unfolds in unexpected ways, and when he meets two women at sea on a similar quest, Guy realizes that it just might be possible to begin his life again.
A stunning follow-up from the author of Salt–“thrilling and memorable” (Richard Eder, Los Angeles Times). After experiencing a devastating tragedy, Guy sets out to sea in an old Dutch barge that has now become his home. Every night, he writes the imagined diary of the man he might have been-and the family he should have had. As he embarks upon the stormy waters of the North Sea-writing about a trip through the small towns and nightclubs of the rural American South-Guy’s stories begin to unfold in unexpected ways. And when he meets a mother and daughter, he realizes that it might just be possible to begin his life again. Haunting and exquisitely crafted, Sea Change is a deeply affecting novel of love and family by an acclaimed young writer.
Jeremy Page is the author of the novel Salt which was a finalist for both the Commonwealth Writer’s Prize and the Jeff First Novel Award. He has previously worked as a scriptwriter and script editor of the BBC and Film… More about Jeremy Page
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