Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/10149/314623
Title:
The Dream
Authors:
Nicholls, S. (Sophie)
Affiliation:
Teesside University. Institute of Design Media and the Arts.
Citation:
Nicholls, S. (2012) The Dream. Ruby Slippers Publishing
Issue Date:
2012
URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/10149/314623
Abstract:
Sophie Nicholls, bestselling author of The Dress, returns with the next instalment in the story of mother and daughter, Ella and Fabbia Moreno, full of vintage fashions, family secrets and liberally sprinkled with 'everyday magic.' The story continues with Ella Moreno's bookshop, Happily Ever After, in historic York. The shop is thriving but Ella is struggling with the challenges of new motherhood and a bad case of writer's block. On the other side of the Atlantic, despite endless blue skies and a stream of eager customers, Fabbia finds that life with David isn't enough. She misses Ella and her granddaughter, Grace. And at night, both Ella and Fabbia are experiencing vivid dreams, dreams that they don't yet fully understand. Meanwhile, Bryony Darwin arrives at Happily Ever After, looking for a dream dictionary but finds herself drawn to a particular volume on the bookshop shelf, written by Mary, a seventeenth century Yorkshire 'cure-wife' who struggled to practise her own version of 'everyday magic' in the face of accusations of witchcraft. Can Ella trust The Signals or the world that she creates inside her own head? Does Fabbia really want to believe in magic and what is she still running from? Will Bryony be able to leave her own difficult past behind? In the end, perhaps only Madaar-Bozorg and her stories can help the three women to make sense of it all. This heart-warming novel is the second book in the Everyday Magic trilogy.
Type:
Book; Prose Fiction
Language:
en

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dc.contributor.authorNicholls, S. (Sophie)-
dc.date.accessioned2014-03-25T14:07:06Z-
dc.date.available2014-03-25T14:07:06Z-
dc.date.issued2012-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10149/314623-
dc.description.abstractSophie Nicholls, bestselling author of The Dress, returns with the next instalment in the story of mother and daughter, Ella and Fabbia Moreno, full of vintage fashions, family secrets and liberally sprinkled with 'everyday magic.' The story continues with Ella Moreno's bookshop, Happily Ever After, in historic York. The shop is thriving but Ella is struggling with the challenges of new motherhood and a bad case of writer's block. On the other side of the Atlantic, despite endless blue skies and a stream of eager customers, Fabbia finds that life with David isn't enough. She misses Ella and her granddaughter, Grace. And at night, both Ella and Fabbia are experiencing vivid dreams, dreams that they don't yet fully understand. Meanwhile, Bryony Darwin arrives at Happily Ever After, looking for a dream dictionary but finds herself drawn to a particular volume on the bookshop shelf, written by Mary, a seventeenth century Yorkshire 'cure-wife' who struggled to practise her own version of 'everyday magic' in the face of accusations of witchcraft. Can Ella trust The Signals or the world that she creates inside her own head? Does Fabbia really want to believe in magic and what is she still running from? Will Bryony be able to leave her own difficult past behind? In the end, perhaps only Madaar-Bozorg and her stories can help the three women to make sense of it all. This heart-warming novel is the second book in the Everyday Magic trilogy.-
dc.language.isoenen
dc.titleThe Dreamen
dc.typeBooken
dc.typeProse Fiction-
dc.contributor.departmentTeesside University. Institute of Design Media and the Arts.en_GB
or.citation.harvardNicholls, S. (2012) The Dream. Ruby Slippers Publishing-
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