Cherries In The Snow

Cherries In The Snow

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In Sadie's head, she's a novelist. In real life, she spends her day searching for the ultimate way to say red at Grrl, an ultra hip make-up company. In her sex life, she's a modern-day Lolita who's never dated a man under forty. Then Sadie falls in love with Marley, a graffiti artist with a firm commitment to another woman: his eight-year-old daughter, Montana. Sadie isn't used to competing for a man's affections and certainly not with a little girl who is uncannily like herself. Real love could just be too grown up for her Cherries in the Snow is a novel about womanhood, love, and lipstick. Flippant, sexy, acid and smart, this is Emma Forrest at her most more

Product details

  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 128 x 194 x 26mm | 240.4g
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1 port.
  • 0747574324
  • 9780747574323
  • 571,014

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'A gorgeous novel.' Julie Burchill 'Electric, irreverent prose. When people talk about voice, this is what they mean.' Ethan Hawke 'Flip, shrewd, cool, sure and insightful.' Independent 'A literary Lolita.' Vanity Fairshow more

About Emma Forrest

At sixteen, Emma Forrest became a journalist and had columns in the Sunday Times, the Independent and the Guardian. She is author of two novels, Namedropper and Thin Skin. She now lives in New York, where she writes for Harper's Bazaar, Interview and other magazines, and recently sold her first more

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209 ratings
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3 30% (63)
2 16% (33)
1 5% (10)
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