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9781906040888
Edition details

ISBN
9781906040888

Publication date
16th July 2012

RRP
£7.99

Extent (number of pages)
320

Translator
Emily Boyce & Anna Aitken

Territory

Europe & Commonwealth : Exclusive

BIC category
FA / FYT

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The Girl on Paper

(La Fille de papier)

£7.99

A story of friendship, love and the special place that books have in our lives.

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Description

A story of friendship, love and the special place that books have in our lives.

Just a few months ago, Tom Boyd was a multi-million selling author living in LA, in love with a world-famous pianist. But after a very public break-up he’s shut himself away, suffering from total writer’s block, with only drink and drugs for company.

One night, a beautiful, naked stranger appears in Tom’s house. She claims to be Billie, a character from his novels, who has fallen into the real world because of a printer’s error in his latest book.

Crazy as her story sounds; Tom comes to see that this must be the real Billie. And she wants to strike a deal with him: if he writes his next novel she can go back to the world of fiction; in return she will help him win back his beloved Aurore.

What does he have to lose?

Reviews
‘Enjoyable escapist fiction’ Stylist
‘Quirky confusion of the real and the imaginary’ Woman and Home
‘Truly a page-turner’ The French Newspaper
‘The French have brought us berets, baguettes and Beaujolais, and now we can thank them for bestseller Guillaume Musso.’ The Sun
‘Mesmerising and quirky, this romantic tale is destined to keep you up all night’ Closer
‘A little mysterious, a lot romantic and plenty entertaining’ Cosmopolitan
Guillaume Musso

Meet the author

Guillaume Musso was the number one bestselling author in France in 2011 and 2012. Guillaume was born in Antibes, where he still lives. After finishing high school, he spent several months as an ice cream seller in New York. He still visits the States regularly and many of his novels are set there. A…

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