Dear Emmie Blue

Lia Louis (Author)

Product Details

$26.00  $23.92
Atria Books
Publish Date
July 14, 2020
6.3 X 9.1 X 1.2 inches | 1.05 pounds

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About the Author

Lia Louis lives in the United Kingdom with her partner and three young children. Before raising a family, she worked as a freelance copywriter and proofreader. She was the 2015 winner of Elle magazine's annual writing competition and has been a contributor for Bloomsbury's Writers' and Artists' blog for aspiring writers. She is the author of Somewhere Close to Happy, Dear Emmie Blue, and Eight Perfect Hours.


"An absolute treasure of a book. A love story to cherish."--Michelle Adams, author of MY SISTER
"Lia is one of those rare writers who manage to break your heart and mend it all at once."--Stacey Halls, author of THE FAMILIARS
"Louis's is a bold, standout voice in the women's fiction genre."--Gillian McAllister, author of THE GOOD SISTER
"This gorgeous and clever book is a heartfelt story about love and friendship, which certainly didn't end the way I expected. Fresh and funny writing, with a heroine (and heroes!) I adored."--Holly Miller, author of THE SIGHT OF YOU
"DEAR EMMIE BLUE is the new Eleanor Oliphant. Deftly crafted descriptions and characters who jump off the page and drag you into the story. I loved every moment of it."--Bella Osborne, author of A WALK IN WILDFLOWER PARK
"I loved it so much. Such a perfectly crafted story that made my heart swell. So many parts gave me a severe case of goosebumps. Emmie is fabulously funny and real, and wow - that ending was perfect. People will not be able to resist Emmie Blue."--Jessica Ryn, author of THE EXTRAORDINARY HOPE OF DAWN BRIGHTSIDE
"DEAR EMMIE BLUE has everything--it oozes charm and wit and speaks beautifully about friendship and love, and the differences between the two."--Laura Pearson, author of I WANTED YOU TO KNOW
"Beautifully captures the heartache and frustrations of carrying our teenaged selves with us wherever we go, and yet we would never be without them. LOVED IT."--Anstey Harris, author of GOODBYE PARIS