Cara is a dedicated neuroscientist with a research post at Cambridge. Heather is her almost-stepdaughter, drifting towards the end...
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Cara is a dedicated neuroscientist with a research post at Cambridge. Heather is her almost-stepdaughter, drifting towards the end of school, trying to picture a future that fits her. Paul is Cara''s partner and Heather''s father - and when he suddenly disappears with no explanation, these two very different women, legally and biologically unrelated, need to figure out their place in each other''s life. Set in Cambridge and Las Vegas, each place in its way as artificial as the other, Pathways is about connections forged and connections failed, and how people struggle to understand themselves and each other. A novel of both the heart and the head, it is perceptive, wry and unexpectedly moving, a love story of deep originality and intelligence.
Préface From the award-winning author of Girl Reading comes a touching new novel about human connections.
Auteur Katie Ward is the author of Girl Reading, which was a Cactus TV Bookclub selection, and was the recipient of the Clarissa Luard Award in 2013, for which she was nominated by Hilary Mantel. She has worked in the public and voluntary sectors and lives in Suffolk.
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Katie Ward's second novel is based on the life of a remarkable woman, Lady Constance Lytton, an aristocrat who became a leading figure in the suffragette movement.
Résumé From the award-winning author of Girl Reading comes a touching new novel about human connections.