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Other Half Of Augusta Hope
'I really enjoyed this book ... great observational comic gems within a fast moving story full of the reality of despair and hope in everyone's lives' Miranda Hart
'Keep the tissues close' Good Housekeeping
'A beautifully written debut novel with unforgettable characters and an irresistible message of redemption and belonging' Red magazine
'This gem of a novel entertains and moves in equal measure' Daily Mail
'Heartening and hopeful' Jess Kidd, author of Things in Jars
'Mesmerizingly beautiful' Sarah Haywood, author of The Cactus
'An extraordinary masterpiece' Anstey Harris, author of The Truths and Triumphs of Grace Atherton
'Gutsy, endearing and entertaining' Deborah Orr
'Absolutely brilliant' Gavin Extence, author of The Universe Versus Alex Woods
Augusta Hope has never felt like she fits in.
At six, she's memorising the dictionary. At seven, she's correcting her teachers. At eight, she spins the globe and picks her favourite country on the sound of its name: Burundi.
And now that she's an adult, Augusta has no interest in the goings-on of the small town where she lives with her parents and her beloved twin sister, Julia.
When an unspeakable tragedy upends everything in Augusta's life, she's propelled headfirst into the unknown. She's determined to find where she belongs - but what if her true home, and heart, are half a world away?
AUGUSTA MAY NOT FEEL LIKE SHE FITS IN, BUT READERS HAVE FALLEN IN LOVE WITH HER...
'What a brilliant, brave, clever book' Maddy P
'A beautiful tale of family, of loss, of the awkward relationships we build with those we love the most...a must read!' Amelia D
'A powerful novel about fitting in, loss, & the people you really have connections with' Siobhan D
'The story made me laugh & cry in equal measure, and now it's finished I'm at a slight loss as what to read next' Laura W