|Formát:||13,1 x 19,8 cm|
Holly Bourne's electrifying YA romance is guaranteed to set teenage hearts on fire. Forget Romeo and Juliet, and meet Poppy and Noah. --Lancashire Evening Post
This novel is one epic love story. --Dark Readers
A commercial, romantic homegrown thriller. --The Bookseller.
Exciting, smouldering and energetic...a book that really does reinvigorate the star-crossed lovers of YA. --ChooseYA
Soulmates is an outstanding debut and Holly Bourne is certainly a new talent in the YA world. --Bookbabblers
Warning: this book will demolish your heart as it has demolished mine. --CJ Skuse, author of Rockoholic
A thought-provoking and challenging book…with an ending that is too beautiful for words! - Once Upon a Bookcase
I love this book JUST AS MUCH AS TFIOS (it's not very often I say that. --Reader Review, Guardian Children's Books
A book that pulls the reader in from the outset and keeps us guessing all the way to the incredible, heart-wrenching conclusion. I want more from Holly Bourne please. --Janet Smyth, Edinburgh International Book Festival
Sure to be a winner with those who love romance with an edge. --School Library Association
Bittersweet, heart wrenching, and beautiful. 5/5. --Morning Owl
I feel like this book should come with some kind of warning. At some point, you will cry. Poppy and Noah's romance is incredible, wonderful and beautiful to read. --Escape into Words
About the Author
Holly Bourne is an author and a journalist. Holly's first two books, Soulmates and The Manifesto on How to be Interesting, have been critically acclaimed and translated into six languages. The first book in the Spinster Club series, Am I Normal Yet?, was chosen as a World Book Night book for 2016 and was shortlisted for the YA Book Prize. The Spinster Club series has also inspired the formation of Spinster Clubs across the UK and Ireland. Before becoming a full-time author, Holly was editor of TheSite.org - a charity-run advice and information website for young people.