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The Mathematics of Love

Emma Darwin

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Historical fiction

Gorgeously written, fascinating and engrossing, THE MATHEMATICS OF LOVE is a sexy, heartbreaking, glorious novel by a soon-to-be major literary star.

Remember this moment. These moments are rare. You are about to discover your favourite book, the book you will give to all your friends, the book that will linger in your thoughts long after you've turned the final page. You are about to discover THE MATHEMATICS OF LOVE.

From the gentle Suffolk countryside to the battlefields of Waterloo and the ports of Spain, this is an extraordinarily moving account of war and the pain of loss, the heat of passion and the redemptive power of love.

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Praise for The Mathematics of Love

  • 'Fascinating . If you're in a book club torn between lovers of 19th-century and modern fiction, The Mathematics of Love may be just the thing to square the circle... hauntingly beautiful' - Washington Post

  • 'This is that rare thing, a book that works on every conceivable level... an uncommonly good read' - The Times

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Emma Darwin

Emma Darwin is the author of the historical novels The Mathematics of Love and A Secret Alchemy, and her short fiction has been published and broadcast. She has appeared at literary festivals from Hay on Wye to New Zealand, she has taught creative writing for many institutions including the Open University, and she blogs at This Itch of Writing. She is the great-great-granddaughter of Charles Darwin.

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