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The Silent Stars Go By
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
The Silent Stars Go By
Written by:
Sally Nicholls 
Read by:
Katy Sobey 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
4 hours 57 minutes 
Published:
November 05 2020 
Available Date:
November 05 2020 
Age Category:
Young Adult (13+) 
ISBN:
9781867501060 
Genres:
Fiction; Young Adult Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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Award winning author
UK Author

A miraculous new Christmas novel from award-winning author Sally Nicholls about hope and heartbreak, wartime romance and the power of love.

This secret should never have been kept from him. One way or another, they were going to have to face it. Three years ago, Margot’s life was turned upside down when her fiancé, Harry, went missing in action on the Western Front. Worse, she was left with a devastating secret which threatened to ruin her life and destroy the reputation of her family. As a respectable vicar’s daughter, Margot has had to guard that secret with great care ever since, no matter how much pain it causes her. Now it’s Christmas 1919 and Margot’s family is gathering back home in the vicarage for the first time since the end of the Great War. And miraculously Harry has returned, hoping to see Margot and rekindle their romance. Can Margot ever reveal the shocking truth to the only man she has ever loved?

'A gorgeous, festive treat of a story about family, lost loves and finding yourself again after tragedy. Sally Nicholls is brilliant: her writing reads like silk.'
Emma Carroll, author of Letters from the Lighthouse

'Beautiful writing about a loving, troubled, real family – this is a book to settle down for the day with.'
Holly Webb

‘A gorgeous, poignant, unputdownable new Christmas classic.’
Hilary McKay