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- Kurzbeschreibung<p>&8216;In a voice as dim as a lighthouse on a rainy night, he said, &8220;Beware of loving a woman who loves bridges.&8221;&8217;</p><p><i>Once upon a September in Paris&8230;</i></p><p>Still heartsick over the break-up of his relationship with the alluring, elusive novelist Hayat, the narrator of <i>The Dust of Promises</i> finds himself adrift in Paris, where he has come to receive a photography award.</p><p>His photograph of a traumatised war-orphan has been declared profoundly affecting by the judges, but he knows that no picture can ever fully capture the desolation and destruction he has witnessed in his Algerian homeland. </p><p>When he stumbles into an art exhibition on one of the capital&8217;s side streets, he is struck by the power of the paintings and feels impelled to learn more about the artist &8211; an Algerian exile whose painful longing for the country he has lost shines out of his work. </p><p>The artist is none other than Khaled, the man who haunted the pages of Hayat&8217;s first novel, just as the narrator was inextricably entangled in her second. As the two men embark on a tentative friendship, a twist of fate brings Hayat herself to France, where the destinies of all of them will once again collide.</p><p>The final novel in the international bestselling trilogy from &8216;the literary phenomenon&8217; (Elle) Ahlem Mosteghanemi, The Dust of Promises is a haunting, elegiac story of love, memory and betrayal - and of what it means to come home.</p>
- AutorAhlem Mosteghanemi
- VerlagBloomsbury Academic
- FormatGebundene Ausgabe
- Seiten320 Seiten
- Gewicht616 g
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