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Inside this Book – So, tell me about the crying?’ The woman sat, kind but formal, behind the tatty scuffed old NHS desk. A poster on the wall suggested a confusing acronym that you would have to remember if you thought you were having a stroke. The idea that you would have to remember an acronym while also having a stroke was making Zoe very anxious, even more than being there in the first place. There was a dirty Venetian blind just about covering a bunker window that only looked out onto another red brick wall, and coffee-stained rough carpet tiles. ‘Well, mostly Mondays,’ Zoe said, taking in the woman’s lovely shiny dark hair. Her own was long and dark too, but currently tied roughly with something she hoped was a hair tie and not, for example, an elastic band dropped by the postman. ‘And, you know. When the tube is late or I can’t get the buggy in the carriage. Or someone tuts because I’m trying to get the buggy in because if I don’t take the buggy I’ll be an hour late even though he’s too big for it and I know that, thanks, so you can probably stop with the judgemental looks.
Inside this book –The Bookshop on the Shore PDF Book by Jenny Colgan – Some new words Zoe would get to know very well: gloaming and haar. The gloaming was the evening fog that came down from the hills. The haar was the morning fog that rose up from the loch, often so thick you could eat it with a spoon. On many days, the haar did not burn off but effectively kept on all day until it merged with the gloaming, and the entire world was made of smoke for all the hours of daylight which, in late August, was still most of them. So it was gloaming Zoe and Hari arrived in, even though they didn’t know that yet. They’d disembarked after that marathon journey through which they’d both slept. Zoe hadn’t quite realised how heavy the days and weeks of worry – heck, the months – had stacked up on her, weighing her down about money, about Hari, about her job and her flat. So she might lose a lot: she no longer had a home, except as some stranger’s gift, and she was about to take on a job where she knew nothing and nobody. But right in this present moment, after the miles and the service stations had rolled past, and the road had risen up in front of her, and the cities and towns had grown further apart, and the scenery changed from the manicured fields of the south to the craggy hills and wild landscapes of the north and even further north, there was absolutely nothing she could do. About anything. And there was something about that that felt oddly freeing.
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- Full Book Name – The Bookshop on the Shore
- Author of this Book – Jenny Colgan
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Fiction, Novel, Romance, Cultural, Contemporary
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- Size – 1.6 MB
- eBook Pages – 382
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