One Day meets The Time Traveler's Wife in this spellbinding, magical debut novel about love, loss, hope and heartbreak that shows us that for each of us, the world can be as lonely or as beautiful as the comets that illuminate the skies above us.
Helen Sedgwick has an MLitt in Creative Writing (distinction) from Glasgow University. She won a Scottish Book Trust New Writers Award in 2012, and her writing has been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and widely published in magazines and anthologies. Before writing her debut novel, she was a research physicist, with a PhD in Physics from Edinburgh University.
"A magical debut...a gorgeous novel that should resonate with fans of Audrey Niffenegger's The Time Traveller's Wife... A breathtaking tale full of love, hope and heartbreak. You'll be utterly captivated from the first page" * Elle * "Beautiful, sad, moving, fascinating and original. I loved it." -- Marian Keyes "A stellar love story" * Glamour, Book of the Year * "Exquisitely layered, thrilling novel, which leaps across centuries and continents to delve into the role of destiny and the elusiveness of perception and memory." * New York Times * "Helen Sedgwick has written a first novel of remarkable grace, beauty and insight, in which a careful love of language meets an immense storytelling talent. I was moved and inspired by this book" -- Joseph O'Connor, author of The Star of the Sea