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Geography

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When Catherine is working abroad, she meets Michael in Los Angeles.Their time together is brief but intensely passionate. Catherine is seduced into thinking of this casual fling and its aftermath -based on a series of postcards, faxes and e-mail -as a relationship.She says it's not just sex.But her friends say it's not love. Many years later, on a beach in Sri Lanka, Catherine and her new friend Ruby get to talking about him. 'Tell me,' Ruby says. 'I like stories.' Finally Catherine reveals all about the one who drove her crazy. Sophie Cunningham's first novel is powerfully raw and incredibly honest. It will remind you how easy it is to cross the line, and how hard it can be to get back.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 126 x 196 x 18mm | 199.58g
  • Transworld Publishers Ltd
  • Black Swan
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0552772208
  • 9780552772204
  • 720,881

Review quote

"'Unflinchingly honest, brave, erotic, beautiful. I adored it'" -- Nikki Gemmell, Author of 'The Bride Stripped Bare' "'Its style is refreshingly direct and full of humour. The author writes very well about sex, friendship and about the joys of travel'" * The Times * "'Drips with sex...a fresh and likeable story of modern mores'" * Guardian * "'A contemporary take on the great romantic tradition in literature'" * Literary Review *show more

About Sophie Cunningham

Sophie Cunningham is Australian and has worked in publishing for fifteen years as an editor of fiction and non-fiction, and as a publisher. She is the television columnist for The Age in Melbourne. Geography is her first novel.show more

Review Text

"'Its style is refreshingly direct and full of humour. The author writes very well about sex, friendship and about the joys of travel'"show more

Back cover copy

When Catherine is working abroad, she meets Michael in Los Angeles.Their time together is brief but intensely passionate. Catherine is seduced into thinking of this casual fling and its aftermath -based on a series of postcards, faxes and e-mail -as a relationship.She says it's not just sex.But her friends say it's not love. Many years later, on a beach in Sri Lanka, Catherine and her new friend Ruby get to talking about him. 'Tell me,' Ruby says. 'I like stories.' Finally Catherine reveals all about the one who drove her crazy. Sophie Cunningham's first novel is powerfully raw and incredibly honest. It will remind you how easy it is to cross the line, and how hard it can be to get back.show more

Rating details

80 ratings
3.2 out of 5 stars
5 15% (12)
4 22% (18)
3 40% (32)
2 12% (10)
1 10% (8)
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