What would you give to recover the past? In the vein of The Time Traveler’s Wife and Station Eleven, a bittersweet and unforgettable love story of a couple who are at once weeks and many years apart.
We have 3 sets of 5 advanced reader copies of Thea Lim’s extraordinary novel, An Ocean of Minutes, to give away.
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‘This is a novel I’ve been waiting for… an extraordinary book’ Junot Díaz, author of The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
‘Strikingly imaginative… unlike anything I’ve ever read, rich with pinpoint emotional insight and fierce, vivid observations about a future that’s already our past’ Elan Mastai, author of All Our Wrong Todays
THEIR STORY BEGINS WITH A GOODBYE.
Polly and Frank are young and in love, a lifetime together before them. But one evening in 1980, as the Texas sun sets over their shoulders, the world is suddenly pulled apart by a deadly virus. Within months, Frank is dying. Polly can save him, but only if she agrees to a radical plan: to time travel to 1993 for a corporation who can fund his life-saving treatment. She can only go forward, she cannot go back. And she must leave everything she loves behind, including Frank.
All they have is the promise of a future together: they will find each other again in twelve years’ time, in Galveston, Texas, where the sea begins.
But when something goes wrong and Polly arrives late, Frank is nowhere to be found. Completely alone, Polly must navigate a terrifying new world to find him, and to discover if their love has endured.
An Ocean of Minutes is a devastating and timely novel about courage, yearning, the cost of holding onto the past – and the price of letting it go.