SOLD OUT!!! Intermezzo Signed Indie Edition (PRE-ORDER September 2024)

by Sally Rooney


SOLD OUT!!! Intermezzo Signed Indie Edition (PRE-ORDER September 2024)

by Sally Rooney


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****Limited Number of Signed Independent Edition Hardback copies available****

An exquisitely moving story about grief, love and family, from the global phenomenon Sally Rooney.

Aside from the fact that they are brothers, Peter and Ivan Koubek seem to have little in common.
Peter is a Dublin lawyer in his thirties – successful, competent and apparently unassailable. But in the wake of their father’s death, he’s medicating himself to sleep and struggling to manage his relationships with two very different women – his enduring first love Sylvia, and Naomi, a college student for whom life is one long joke.
Ivan is a twenty-two-year-old competitive chess player. He has always seen himself as socially awkward, a loner, the antithesis of his glib elder brother. Now, in the early weeks of his bereavement, Ivan meets Margaret, an older woman emerging from her own turbulent past, and their lives become rapidly and intensely intertwined.
For two grieving brothers and the people they love, this is a new interlude – a period of desire, despair and possibility – a chance to find out how much one life might hold inside itself without breaking

Additional Information

Weight750 g
Dimensions24 × 17 × 4 cm

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