One morning a librarian finds a reader who has been locked in overnight. She starts to talk to him, a one-way conversation that soon gathers pace as an outpouring of frustrations, observations and anguishes. Two things shine through: her shy, unrequited passion for a quiet researcher named Martin, and an ardent and absolute love of books. A delightful flight of fancy for the lonely bookworm in all of us...
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'Brilliantly captures the voice of a frustrated lady librarian past her prime, trapped in her bookworm world ... next time you go to the library, you might find yourself looking at that mousy librarian twice' Evening Standard.
'This little charmer already goes down as perhaps the most quotable book of all 2013. A perfect package of the unpredicted' The Bookbag.
'If you possess a minimum of joie de vivre, it's hard not to laugh when reading' Muriel Daniel, Livre et Lire.
'It has something of the narrator of Notes from the Underground ... presented in the form of a soliloquy, sometimes angry, sometimes pathetic, often comical, as in Dostoevsky's novel' Chantal Guy, La Press.
Sophie Divry lives in Lyon, France. The Library of Unrequited Love, a bestseller in France, is her first novel.
Siân Reynolds is the translator of Fernand Braudel, of C.W.A. award-winning crime novels by Fred Vargas, and of Jacques Bonnet's Phantoms on the Bookshelves.
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Descrizione libro MacLehose Press, 2013. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Rapidly dispatched worldwide from our clean, automated UK warehouse within 1-2 working days. Codice libro della libreria mon0000031414