More About the Author
After working for the Red Cross for six months and managing an architecture firm, Marc Levy wrote his first novel, If Only It Were True, which was published in France in 2000 and in the U.S. in 2001. The novel became an immediate bestseller in France as well as overseas. It was made into a film by Steven Spielberg and Dreamworks in 2005.
Since then, Marc Levy has written 15 novels: Finding You (2001, adapted for television in 2007), Seven Days for an Eternity (2003), In Another Life (2004), If Only It Were True 2 (2005), London, Mon Amour (2006, adapted into a feature film in 2008), Children of Freedom (2007, also published as a graphic novel in 2013), All Those Things We Never Said (2008), The First Day and The First Night (2009), The Shadow Thief (2010), The Strange Journey of Mr. Daldry (2011), Replay (2012), Stronger than Fear (2013), and his most recent novel, Another Idea of Happiness (2014).
His work has been translated into 49 languages and has sold over 31 million copies worldwide.
In addition to his novels, Levy has written short stories and directed the film Nabila's Letter for Amnesty International. He has also written song lyrics for various artists, including Johnny Hallyday.