The Rain Before it Falls (Paperback)
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Short Description for The Rain Before it Falls When Rosamund, a reluctant bearer of family secrets, dies suddenly, a mystery is left for her niece Gill to unravel. Some photograph albums and tapes point towards a blind girl named Imogen whom no one has seen in twenty years.
- Published: 01 January 2010
- Format: Paperback 288 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780141033211 ISBN 10: 0141033215
- Sales rank: 66,703
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Full description for The Rain Before it Falls
The "Rain Before it Falls" - Jonathan Coe's heartbreaking novel of family secrets. Deeply moving and compelling, "The Rain Before it Falls" is the story of three generations of one family riven by tragedy. When Rosamund, a reluctant bearer of family secrets, dies suddenly, a mystery is left for her niece Gill to unravel. Some photograph albums and tapes point towards a blind girl named Imogen whom no one has seen in twenty years. The search for Imogen and the truth of her inheritance becomes a shocking story of mothers and daughters and of how sadness, like a musical refrain, may haunt us down the years. "Spectacular, heartbreaking, beautifully written. Rosamund's story is one of the most extraordinary and compelling you will ever read. Impossible to put down, I loved every minute of it". ("Sunday Express"). "A sad, often very moving story of mothers and daughters". ("Guardian"). "Entirely compelling...the plot will keep you rapt...reminiscent of Ian McEwan at his most effective". ("New Statesman"). Jonathan Coe's novels are filled with moving, astute observations of life and love, and are written with a revealing honesty that has captivated a generation of readers. His other titles, "The Accidental Woman", "The Rotters' Club" (winner of the Everyman Wodehouse prize), "The Closed Circle", "The Dwarves of Death", "The Terrible Privacy of Maxwell Sim", "The House of Sleep" (winner of the 1998 Prix Medicis Etranger), "A Touch of Love", and "What a Carve Up!" (winner of the 1995 John Llewellyn Rhys Prize), are all available in Penguin paperback.