From the million copy bestselling author of Fresh Water for Flowers
Adrien, Etienne and Nina are 10 years old when they meet at school and become inseparable. Years later, a car is pulled up from the bottom of a lake, with a body inside. Virginie, a local journalist with an enigmatic past, follows the case. Step b...
"An endearing and original heroine, a surprising setting, a talented author." * ELLE * "A beautiful, intensely atmospheric bittersweet dream of a book." * Matt Haig (on Fresh Water for Flowers) * "What may on the surface of it appear gloomy and morose, in Perrin's hands is an appealing indulgence in nature, food and drink, and, above all, friendships." * The Guardian * Poignant and hearwarming. Despite Forgotten On Sundays difficult themes, it is an extremely uplifting novel that strives to discover the positives beneath the sadness on the surface. Memories and human connections are a powerful combination in yet another superb story from the French author." * Buzz Magazine * The poetry and passion of Valries writing will appeal to the romance in everyones soulHumour, melancholy and a shocking revelation from the million-copy bestselling author of Fresh Water for Flowers. * Muddy Stilettos * "Beautiful." * LExpress * "Valerie Perrins delightful Fresh Water for Flowers is a funny and moving story of one womans belief that everything will turn out right." * Stylist (on the million copy international bestseller Fresh Water for Flowers) *
Valrie Perrins Forgotten on Sunday won the Booksellers Choice Award in France and has been long-selling bestseller since publication. Her English-language debut, Fresh Water for Flowers (Europa, 2020) won the Maison de la Presse Prize, the Paperback Readers Prize, and was named a 2020 ABA Indies Introduce and Indie Next List title. It has been translated into over thirty languages. Figaro Littraire named Perrin one of the ten best-selling authors in France in 2019, and in Italy, Fresh Water for Flowers was the bestselling book of 2020. Since graduating in French from Oxford University, Hildegarde Serle has worked in London as a subeditor, mainly on The Independent. In 2011, she did the CIOL Diploma in Translation. She still lives in London, but her heart lives on the Quai aux Fleurs in Paris.