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Win reading review copies of Happiness Falls by Angie Kim

Faber are delighted to offer lucky book clubs the opportunity to read and review up to 10 proof copies of Happiness Falls by Angie Kim.

THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

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A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

About the book

Mia Parkson’s life is turned upside down when her stay-at-home dad, the family’s anchor, goes missing. The only witness? Eugene – her younger, nonspeaking teenage brother.

As the Police struggle for leads, and her mother and twin brother struggle to keep things together at home, Mia gains access to key clues about her father’s disappearance. Headstrong, hyper analytical, and with secrets of her own, she decides to try and solve the case. But could Mia’s impulsive actions be putting her whole family in danger?

‘A Brilliant, satisfying, compassionate mystery.’
- GABRIELLE ZEVIN

‘Bittersweet, sensitive and moving.’
- GUARDIAN

‘I can’t remember a book with more layers. . . I was riveted through the last page.’
- JODI PICOULT

How to get involved

To be in with a chance of winning review copies for your book club to read and review with your reading group please log in and complete the survey below by 17 June. If successful, each of your members will be expected to share a review on Amazon, Goodreads, Waterstones or the Reading Groups for Everyone website within six weeks of receiving the books. Please only pitch if you can commit to this.

If you have any questions, please contact [email protected].

Fill in this survey by 17 June.

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