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‘A Heart Bent Out Of Shape is as tender and insightful as it is gripping. First love and a mysterious death – and the fears and intensities of both – are woven so deftly into the pages that I read late into the night. But this is, also, a love story in a different sense: friendships are precious and intimate, Lausanne is lovingly laid out, and the sheer joy of being young and alive is shining out on every page. The novel speaks of life’s value and potential – and of Hall’s, as a writer. Its heart is not bent, but beating perfectly.’

Susan Fletcher, author of Eve Green

‘Wintertime love and chilly revelations… it’s a novel that glints with passion.’

Marie Claire

‘Haunting and full of vivid prose, this is a bewitching tale of love and friendship – a novel to be devoured in a couple of sittings.’

The Lady

‘Perfectly capturing the pleasure and pain of first love.’

Good Housekeeping

‘Leaves you with your own sense of loss at finishing.’

Stylist

‘Hall confirms her talent for romantic but original prose.’

The Big Issue

‘Magical, heartbreaking, and beautiful.’

Fabulous magazine (The Sun)

‘Highly evocative and a joy to read.’

Sunday Express

‘The writing is so pretty… We guarantee you’ll be saving up your pennies and catching a flight to Switzerland before you’re halfway through.’

Heat

‘A poignant coming-of-age story of first love, desire, friendship, tragedy, grief, and self discovery, in a stunning location.’

We Love This Book

‘A touching coming-of-age story. Impossible to put down.’

Image magazine

‘Hall deftly captures Hadley’s transformation, set against the beautiful canvas of a picturesque Swiss city.’

Publishers Weekly

‘A page-turner full of wanderlust, forbidden romance, and plenty of intrigue.’

Book Reporter

‘Beautiful, descriptive language is the hallmark of Hall’s latest novel… a moving tale of love and innocence lost. A remarkable read.’

Romantic Times

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