Friday, 25 April 2014

Cover Reveal. The Atlas of Us by Tracy Buchanan


I'm excited to be taking part in the cover reveal of The Atlas of Us a debut novel by Tracy Buchanan published by Avon Books. They say never judge a book by it's cover but who can help it when the cover is as beautiful as this one. It is picturesque, atmospheric and romantic, a taste of a wonderful story ahead.
To be published in July  just in time for some holiday reading. You can pre- order your copy from
Amazon





How far would you go for the one you love the most?
 
This powerful book from debut author Tracy Buchanan is a compelling and engaging story about mothers and daughters, lovers and secrets, and relationships that change everything. It’s about being true to yourself, following your heart, facing up to your mistakes and moving on.
The Atlas of Us takes you on a moving and involving journey, from Cornwall to Thailand, to Australia, Finland, Serbia and San Francisco in the company of characters you care for deeply (though you don’t always like them) and through the most special and tragic moments of lives lived to the full. It’s about family, loss, resilience, reconciliation and hope... 
When Louise Fenton flies to Thailand to find her mother, Nora, after the Boxing Day tsunami, she fears the worst when the only trace she can find is her mother’s distinctive bag. In the bag is a beautifully crafted atlas owned by travel journalist Claire Shreve, with her notes and mementos slipped in-between the pages. The journal tells the story of Claire’s struggle to find her place in the world following a life-altering revelation, and a tumultuous love affair.
Louise treks across Thailand's scarred landscape, exploring Claire’s atlas to try to make sense of the connection between this woman and the mother she is so desperate to find.
As devastated people are beginning to put their lives back together, Louise uncovers the secrets that nearly destroyed Claire and the man she loved – the same secrets her mother has been guarding all these years …

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like a good read, Anne! I wish I had more time to just indulge in all these wonderful books!

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