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A Sky Full of Stars By Dani Atkins

A Sky Full of Stars by Dani Atkins

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A love story about four strangers whose lives are changed by the death of a professional stargazer. From Dani Atkins, winner of the Romantic Novel of the Year Award 2018.

A Sky Full of Stars Summary

A Sky Full of Stars by Dani Atkins

The new heart-breaking love story from award-winning romance writer Dani Atkins.

He'd have done everything differently if he'd known she'd be gone so soon...

When Lisa married Alex, she gave his life meaning. She was a professional astronomer: a stargazer. And when she gazed at Alex, she saw that behind his tough exterior was a man she could love.

Alex, Lisa and their young son Connor made a happy little universe. But when Lisa dies suddenly, their universe is destroyed. Alex is shattered by loss, and overwhelmed by the difficulties of being a single father to a six-year-old boy.

Then Alex meets four strangers. Two men and two women, who never met Lisa, but whose lives changed profoundly because she died. As Alex hears their stories, he begins to realise the world may not be as cruel and senseless as it seems. Perhaps, after all, the future is written in the stars...

Praise for Dani Atkins:

'Beautifully written ... A simultaneously heartbreaking and uplifting tale of love, loss and sacrifice' Heat

'Atkins writes with immediacy and compassion' Mail on Sunday

'A captivating story that packs an emotional punch' Heidi Swain

'Powerful. Ruthlessly honest. Hauntingly moving. The characters ripped my heart wide open in this beautiful story about love and loss and heart-rending choices. Dani Atkins does not shy away from asking tough questions, and her answers are ones that will make you weep. Intense and emotional, I loved every moment of it' Kate Furnivall

'A stunning, heartfelt story of fierce maternal love, sacrifice and second chances' Alice Peterson

A Sky Full of Stars Reviews

'A powerful story addressing issues of love and loss - and just a hint that perhaps fate has brought them all together for a reason' * My Weekly *
'The queen of emotional love stories returns with another gorgeous read ... Don't forget the tissues!' * Sun *
'The subject matter is sensitively handled though have tissues on standby' * Belfast Telegraph *
'A beautiful story' * Bella *
'Uplifting' * Choice *
'An 'unputdownable' novel that kept me up half the night as I raced to the last page ... Atkins is in a field of her own but comparable writers are Diane Chamberlain, Cecelia Ahern and Amanda Prowse. Have a box of tissues to hand' * Guernsey Press & Star *
'A complete, emotive tale, this was easy to compare to Nicky Pellegrino's Tiny Pieces Of Us. All the right ingredients for a satisfying read to snuggle with as these cooler nights close in' * Paper Plus (NZ bookshop) *
'A passionate story of love, loss and healing' * People's Friend *

About Dani Atkins

Dani Atkins is an award-winning novelist. Her 2013 debut Fractured (published as Then and Always in North America) has been translated into sixteen languages and has sold more than half a million copies since first publication in the UK. Dani is the author of four other bestselling novels, one of which, This Love, won the Romantic Novel of the Year Award in 2018. Dani lives in a small village in Hertfordshire with her husband, one Siamese cat and a very soppy Border Collie. Follow Dani on twitter @AtkinsDani

Additional information

GOR011856578
9781789546224
1789546222
A Sky Full of Stars by Dani Atkins
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Head of Zeus
20210805
448
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