“With sassy characters and a refreshing narrative, Levy delays the inevitable in clever ways, allowing for personality quirks and believable foibles to make the steady descent into romance a fun ride.” —Publishers Weekly
About the Author
With more than forty million books sold, Marc Levy is the most-read French author alive today. He’s written eighteen novels to date, including All Those Things We Never Said, Children of Freedom, and Replay.
Originally written for his son, his first novel, If Only It Were True, was later adapted for the big screen as Just Like Heaven, starring Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo. Since then, Levy has not only won the hearts of European readers; he’s won over audiences from around the globe. More than one and a half million copies of his books have been sold in China alone, and his novels have been published in forty-nine languages. He lives in New York City. Readers can learn more about him and follow his work at www.marclevy.info.
A novelist and translator, Sam Taylor is the author of The Republic of Trees, The Amnesiac, The Island at the End of the World, and The Ground Is Burning. He has translated more than a dozen novels from the French, including Laurent Binet’s acclaimed HHhH and the bestselling The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair by Joël Dicker. Born in Nottinghamshire, England, and a former journalist for the Observer, Taylor lived with his family in France before moving to the United States.