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Paperback / ISBN-13: 9781529360806

Price: £8.99

ON SALE: 28th April 2022

Genre: Fiction & Related Items

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Reviews

A powerful novel about the bond between fathers and daughters, and how stories connect us all. I loved it
Jenny Colgan
Captivating, moving and profound. I loved it! A spellbinding novel about the power of the stories we tell both to ourselves and to others.
Tracey Emerson
Absolutely beautiful . . . A cleverly wrought tale of fathers and daughters, and a bond buried so deep that it is lost to folklore
Polly Crosby, author of The Illustrated Child
The Lost Storyteller is a deeply evocative book about family and the redemptive power of stories, all wrapped up in some of the most beautifully affecting fairy tales I've ever read. If you like stories that tug at your heart and show you a different way of looking at love, loss, betrayal and redemption, you will enjoy this heartwarming tale . . . I loved this book
Buki Papillon, author of An Ordinary Wonder
Completely engaging . . . A lovely reflection on the power and magic of stories
Marianne Cronin, author of The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot
. . . Beautifully, sensitively told. Block reminds us that people don't always behave as we want them to, and maybe because of that, there are few things so powerful as the ability to be kind
The Wee Review
Beautifully revealed, with a lovingly drawn conclusion
Zoe West, Woman and Home
A warm, immersive read that weaves folklore through a story of self-discovery that touches on what it means to be a daughter, the ramifications of the past and daring to follow your heart
Kate Sawyer, author of The Stranding
A captivating and richly mesmerizing read
Buzz Magazine
A beguiling, gorgeous book about fathers and daughters and the stories that bind and redeem us
YOU magazine
I've been lost in The Lost Storyteller's marvellous pages . . . brilliantly written and high concept with a moving story and vivid characters. But it also has that special indefinable SOMETHING. One of my books of the year
Tracy Rees, bestselling author of <i>The Rose Garden</i>