Published September 1, 1999
by Bantam .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Format||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||320|
About Sad Water. Nadianna Jesup, a pregnant young photographer from rural Georgia, is visiting Mayley, a village in Yorkshire, England, on an arts grant when she . This was a truly beautiful book that you know is going to make you weep, but you will find impossible to put down. It is well worth the tears!-Netgalley Reviewer. Pass the tissues, please. I'm just going to say it you will need them. A Life Without Water is a Brand: Pink Sand Press. Sad Water, like Holbrook's previous two novels, carries the profound theme through flowing, lyrical prose and uncanny insight into the minds of extraordinary characters. The story engulfs the perceptive reader, and the haunting denouement lingers long after the final page. Teri Holbrook may well be the most gifted writer of our time.5/5(4). If you're looking for a downright gorgeous novel that will make you cry heaps of tears, these 15 beautifully written, sad books are for you. These books will tear out your heart, burn it, and.
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