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Mathematics Of Love

by Emma Darwin

Headline | November 26, 2009 | Trade Paperback

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From the Suffolk countryside to the old Basque towns of Spain, Emma Darwin''s unforgettable debut tells the astoundingly moving story of Stephen, a veteran of Waterloo, whose suffering and secret lost happiness is transformed by love. Gorgeously written, fascinating and engrossing, THE MATHEMATICS OF LOVE is a sexy, heartbreaking, glorious novel by a major new literary star.

Format: Trade Paperback

Published: November 26, 2009

Publisher: Headline

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0755330641

ISBN - 13: 9780755330645

Found in: Fiction and Literature

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Mathematics Of Love

by Emma Darwin

Format: Trade Paperback

Published: November 26, 2009

Publisher: Headline

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0755330641

ISBN - 13: 9780755330645

From the Publisher

From the Suffolk countryside to the old Basque towns of Spain, Emma Darwin''s unforgettable debut tells the astoundingly moving story of Stephen, a veteran of Waterloo, whose suffering and secret lost happiness is transformed by love. Gorgeously written, fascinating and engrossing, THE MATHEMATICS OF LOVE is a sexy, heartbreaking, glorious novel by a major new literary star.

About the Author

Emma Darwin was born in 1964 and brought up in London, Manhattan and Brussels. THE MATHEMATICS OF LOVE is her first novel.

Editorial Reviews

''Fascinating.... If you''re in a book club torn between lovers of 19th-century and modern fiction, The Mathematics of Love may be just the thing to square the circle... hauntingly beautiful''-Washington Post