The Girl with No Shadow by Joanne Harris
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The Girl with No Shadow Summary
Seeking refuge and anonymity in the cobbled streets of Montmartre, Yanne and her daughters, Rosette and Annie, live peacefully, if not happily, above their little chocolate shop. Nothing unusual marks them out; no red sachets hang by the door. The wind has stopped at least for a while. Then into their lives blows Zozie de lAlba, the lady with the lollipop shoes, and everything begins to change
The Girl with No Shadow Reviews
"Harris gives fans much to savor in this multilayered novel, from the descriptions...to the novel's classic, enduring theme of good vs. evil - and the difficulty of telling the difference." - Publishers Weekly.
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Joanne Harris Author Biography
Joanne Harris was born in Barnsley, Yorkshire on July 3, 1964, her mother is
French, her father English. She was educated at Wakefield Girls' High and
Barnsley Sixth Form College, and then read Modern and Mediaeval Languages at
Saint Catharine's College, Cambridge. After a number of heroic career
failures (rock musician, herbalist, accountant) she succumbed to genetic
pressure and became a French teacher for 12 years at a boys' grammar school in
Leeds, and later taught a French Literature course at Sheffield University.
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