This year's Eleanor Oliphant' Claire Allan Astonishing' Ruth Hogan
`Strikingly brilliant' Sun
`This year's Eleanor Oliphant' Claire Allan
`Astonishing' Ruth Hogan
`Strikingly brilliant' Sun
Jillian Safinova can do many things. She can speak five languages. She can tell when someone is lying from the sound of their voice. And she can always find a silver lining.
But there's one thing Nova can't do. She can't see.
When her brother convinces her to have an operation that will restore her sight, Nova wakes up to a world she no longer understands.
And then she meets Kate, whose past hides a different kind of darkness.
Together, can they both open their eyes to the lives they could be living?
Everyone is talking about The Rules of Seeing:
`A tender, tense drama about love and the unexpected places you can find it' Sunday Express
`A quirky love story which promises to make you see the world in a completely new way' Daily Mail
`Joe Heap's fascinating debut makes you think about the things most of us take for granted'Good Housekeeping
`An inspiring story of love, loss and friendship' #1 bestselling author Catherine Alliott
`It really made me re-evaluate how I see the world...outstanding'Katy Regan, author of Big Little Man
`A book that reveals the world in a different light and changes the way you see it...Extraordinary' Sunday Times bestseller Miranda Dickinson
`Startlingly, outstandingly good' Benjamin Ludwig, author of Ginny Moon
Joe Heap was born in 1986 and grew up in Bradford, the son of two teachers. In 2004, he won the Foyle Young Poets award, and he is a published poet. He studied for a BA in English Literature at Stirling University and a Masters in Creative Writing at Glasgow University. Joe lives in London with his long-suffering girlfriend, short-suffering baby, and much-aggrieved cat. The Rules of Seeing is his first novel.
`Truly original...it kept me guessing until the nail-biting end. A stunning and memorable page-turner' Sarah J. Harris, author of The Colour of Bee Larkham's Murder
`Is it a love-story? Is it a thriller? It's both. With tender love scenes that made me catch my breath and a menacing story thread that had me holding it, I loved it, loved it, loved it' Irish Times best-seller Fionnuala Kearney `Extraordinary - a compelling, enlightening story with dark shadows and hope at its heart. It's a book that reveals the world in a different light and changes the way you see it. So fresh, so original and so vivid, I loved it!' Sunday Times bestseller, Miranda Dickinson
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