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The Trio

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Sophisticated, mature and richly atmospheric, a debut novel about three young people navigating the risks and possibilities of intimacybr>br>For fans of Andre Aciman, Deborah Levy and the Penguin European Writers seriesbr>br>Thora, August and Hugo come from different worlds - one an art school dreamer, one a wealthy scion of the old elite, and one an ordinary boy from out of town. But over the course of two sky-blue summers in Stockholm, they are drawn together>br>The novel opens years later, when Hugo, long estranged from Thora and August, is visited by their daughter - who has questions about her parents which she believes Hugo can answer - and the memories of those luminous days come flooding>br>Modern yet timeless, poignant and euphoric, The Trio is a novel about the path not taken, the people we might have become, and the relationships which shape and haunt us long after they come to a>br>br>''An international success before even being published, The Trio is a novel that stands well above the hype... Elegiac, bittersweet, [with] the golden shimmer of nostalgia'' Gefle Dagbladbr>br>''Mature and confident, delicate and eloquent, a study in intimacy... The Trio creates a greedy sensation within the reader of constantly wanting to pick up a book and read just a few more pages... Timeless and universal'' Kult Magasinbr>br>''Johanna Hedman should definitely expect to win prizes'' Upsala Nya Tidning>

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Authors Johanna Hedman
Assisted by Kira Josefsson (Translation)
Publisher Hamish Hamilton
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 31.07.2022
EAN 9780241551660
ISBN 978-0-241-55166-0
No. of pages 326
Dimensions 136 mm x 214 mm x 26 mm
Subjects Fiction > Narrative literature

New York City, FICTION / Romance / Contemporary, Adult & contemporary romance, contemporary romance, Sweden, Narrative theme: Coming of age, Relating to LGBTQ+ people, c 2010 to c 2019, Modern and contemporary Fiction (post 1945), FICTION / LGBTQ+ / General, FICTION / World Literature / Sweden, c 2040 to c 2049

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