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  • ISBN: 037460634X
  • ISBN: 9780374606343
  • Physical Description: 348 pages ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2022.

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General Note: "A propulsive, gripping new novel about fate, art, exploitation, and intimacy by the award-winning author of Where Reasons End" -- Provided by publisher.
Summary, etc.: Fabienne is dead. Her childhood best friend, Agnès, receives the news in America, far from the French countryside where the two girls were raised--the place that Fabienne helped Agnès escape ten years ago. Now, Agnès is free to tell her story. As children in a war-ravaged, backwater town, they'd built a private world, invisible to everyone but themselves--until Fabienne hatched the plan that would change everything, launching Agnès on an epic trajectory through fame, fortune, and terrible loss.
Subject: Teenage girls France Fiction
Female friendship Fiction
Gifted children Fiction
Women authors Fiction
Fate and fatalism Fiction
Authors Fiction
FICTION / Coming of Age
FICTION / Friendship
FICTION / Literary
France History 1945-1958 Fiction
Pennsylvania Fiction
Genre: Romans.
Historical fiction.
Historical fiction.