One Day

One Day

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By (author) David Nicholls

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  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd
  • Format: CD-Audio
  • Dimensions: 124mm x 142mm x 10mm | 118g
  • Publication date: 4 February 2010
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1848949766
  • ISBN 13: 9781848949768
  • Edition: Unabridged
  • Edition statement: Unabridged
  • Sales rank: 257,207

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'I can imagine you at forty,' she said, a hint of malice in her voice. 'I can picture it right now.' He smiled without opening his eyes. 'Go on then.' 15th July 1988. Emma and Dexter meet for the first time on the night of their graduation. Tomorrow they must go their separate ways. So where will they be on this one day next year? And the year after that? And every year that follows? Twenty years, two people, ONE DAY. From the author of the massive bestseller STARTER FOR TEN. Abridged. Read by Julian Rhind-Tutt.

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David Nicholls trained as an actor before making the switch to writing. His TV credits include the third series of Cold Feet, Rescue Me, and I Saw You. He was co-writer for the film adaptation of Simpatico, which starred Nick Nolte, Jeff Bridges and Sharon Stone. David's bestselling first novel, STARTER FOR TEN, was selected for the Richard and Judy Book Club in 2004, and David has written the screenplays for film versions of both STARTER FOR TEN (released in 2006, starring James McAvoy) and THE UNDERSTUDY (not yet released). Also, for BBC TV, David wrote a modern version of Much Ado About Nothing and recently adapted Tess of the D'Urbervilles. He is currently working on an adaptation of Far From The Madding Crowd.

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A story based on a device of brilliant simplicity... Julian Rhind-Tutt gives a brilliantly laid-back reading of Nicholls's sharp, sweet love story Daily Mail The ultimate zeitgeist love story for anyone who ever wanted someone they couldn't have Adele Parks Big, absorbing, smart, fantastically readable ... brilliant on the details of the last couple of decades of British cultural and political life Nick Hornby The novel of the year - a brilliantly funny and moving will-they, won't-they romance tracing a relationship on the same day each day for two decades Heat You'd be hard pressed to find a sharper, sweeter romantic comedy this year than the story of Dex and Em Independent A totally brilliant book about the heartbreaking gap between the way we were and the way we are...the best weird love story since THE TIME TRAVELER'S WIFE. Every reader will fall in love with it. And every writer will wish they had written it. Tony Parsons The funniest, loveliest book I've read in ages. Most of all it is horribly, cringingly, absolutely 100% honest and true to life: I lived every page. Jenny Colgan I really loved it ... it's absolutely wonderful ... just so moving and engaging Kate Mosse A wonderful, wonderful book: wise, funny, perceptive, compassionate and often unbearably sad ... the best British social novel since Jonathan Coe's WHAT A CARVE UP! ... Nicholls's witty prose has a transparency that brings Nick Hornby to mind: it melts as you read it so that you don't notice all the hard work that it's doing The Times With its beautifully rounded, real characters and deeply poignant storytelling, this is one of the year's best novels. Heat With a nod to WHEN HARRY MET SALLY, this funny, emotionally engaging third novel from David Nicholls traces the unlikely relationship between Emma Morley and Dexter Mayhew ... Told with toe-curlingly accurate insight and touching observation ... If you left college sometime in the Eighties with no clear idea of what was going to happen next, or who your lifelong friends might turn out to be, this one's a definite for your holiday suitcase. If you didn't, it still is ... The feelgood film must surely be just around the corner. I can't wait. Daily Mail [Nicholls] has both a very deft prose style and a great understanding of human emotion. His characterisation is utterly convincing ... ONE DAY is destined to be a modern classic. Daily Mirror A moving and feel-good read. Nicholls is an expert at capturing that essence of young adulthood, first love, heartbreak, and the tangled, complicated course of romance ... Deserves to be the must-read hit of the summer. News of the World I couldn't think of anyone who wouldn't love this book Simon Mayo Books Panel, BBC Radio Five Live Nicholls captures superbly the ennui of post graduation ... The writing is almost faultless, there's a great feeling for the period and it's eminently readable. Herald David Nicholls' third novel captivates love in a way that's real and unassuming ... Relaying the essence of friendship and unrequited love with fall-off-your-seat humour, this is an unputdownable romance for the 21st century SHE You're gripped from the opening pages ... Nicholls, author of STARTER FOR TEN, writes faultless, engaging dialogue and keeps up a cracking pace. You will find this hard to put down Psychologies As a study of what we once were and what we can become, it's masterfully realised Esquire Perfect for the beach or summer in the city In Style An off-kilter romantic comedy with charm to spare Harpers Bazaar A delicious love story Sunday Herald funny and moving Scotsman David STARTER FOR TEN Nicholls is back with this smart comedy, packed with the mistakes, mismatches and meandering conversations that make up real life Marie Claire, Book of the Month A modern fairy tale, slickly put together. A gifted story-teller with lots of technical savvy. Scottish Review of Books An edgy romantic tale Woman & Home I loved this book ... moved me profoundly Amanda Ross Snort-out-loud stuff ... it deserves to be a huge hit thelondonpaper I found it totally gripping. The characters are complex, the locations familiar. I don't want to give away the ending but everyone who reads it agrees how powerful it is. Ed Miliband The New Statesman