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- DescriptionSomething is wrong at the heart of the tiny fishing village of Naviras, a place where Ellie often sought refuge as the rest of her life was collapsing; during the silent and invisible end of her marriage as her husband's political power grew. Ellie fell in love with the village and the people who lived in it. Now she's back to remember and relive her time there, recalling the secrets which sprang up within its narrow streets and at Casa Amanha, the home of a weather forecaster where her love for two men begins and ends. Ellie has returned to Naviras just as a conspiracy to destabilise the Middle East is erupting. The village is the first and last place she ought to be, but Naviras has saved its biggest and deadliest secret for last. Weeks in Naviras is a speculative and political vel published in 2014. Editorial Reviews It stays with you after you finish reading. A unique and engaging plot that is both thoughtful and evocative. It is an enjoyable read overall and is definitely recommended. The Future Fire Reviews, March 2014 I don't want to give anything away, but put it this way, it will kck your socks off. The twists are so unexpected, so genius. Excellent, excellent book. Highly recommended. Definitely different, definitely eclectic. Eclectic Bookworm, April 2014 The background and setting of the story was amazing in itself and I really wish Naviras really existed. This book made me think, instead of just doing the thinking for me and throwing theories out all over the pages. Bookish Love, March 2014
- Author BiographyChris Wimpress was born in Northampton in 1977. He read English at Edinburgh University and on graduating worked as a journalist for BBC news, including stints on the Today programme and at the BBC's political department at Westminster. Chris helped launch the UK edition of The Huffington Post in 2011, working there as the site's UK political editor until the end of 2012. He currently lives in east London. Joe is Online is his first novel (2011), Weeks in Naviras his second (2013).
- Author(s)Chris Wimpress
- Date of Publication22/12/2013
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectGeneral & Literary Fiction
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight503 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine20 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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