Book giveaway: At the Edge of the Orchard - Tracy Chevalier
Book giveaways are a great way to discover new favourites. This week we're giving away 50 copies of Tracy Chevalier's latest book so apply for yours below.
This giveaway is sponsored by HarperCollins
About the book
The sweeping and compelling new novel from the bestselling author of Girl with a Pearl Earring.
In 1830s Ohio, the Goodenough family barely scratch out a living in the inhospitable Black Swamp. Robert and his sister Martha must watch as their parents' marriage is torn apart by disputes over whether to grow sweet apples to eat or sour apples for cider and applejack. One particularly vicious fight sends Robert out alone across America, far from his sister, into a life dominated not by apple trees but by the mighty redwoods and sequoias of California.
"A wonderful book; rich, evocative, original. I loved it" – Joanne Harris
"Chevalier’s prose is by turns muscular, raw and sumptuous… a delight" – Independent on Sunday
"Tracy Chevalier serves up a rollicking yarn of 19th-century America. What Deborah Moggach did for tulips, Chevalier may well do for apples" – The Times
About the author
Tracy Chevalier is the author of eight novels, including The Last Runaway, Remarkable Creatures and Girl with a Pearl Earring, an international bestseller that has sold over five million copies and won the Barnes and Noble Discover Award. Born in Washington DC, in 1984 she moved to London, where she lives with her husband and son.
We've got 50 copies of At the Edge of the Orchard to give away to lucky Mumsnetters. This giveaway ends on Monday 10 October.
We ask all winners to share their thoughts about the book on the discussion thread. However, you don't have to win a free copy to take part in the discussion - anyone who has read At the Edge of the Orchard can post their feedback (and you can buy a copy now).
Everyone who posts on the thread before 22 November will be entered into a prize draw to win a £100 Love2shop voucher.
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