Firefly Lane: A Novel

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From the New York Times top of the line creator Kristin Hannah comes an effective novel of affection, misfortune, and the enchantment of fellowship. . . .

In the turbulent summer of 1974, Kate Mularkey has acknowledged her place at the base of the eighth-grade social natural way of life. At that point, incredibly, the “coolest young lady on the planet” moves in over the road and needs to be her companion. Tully Hart appears to have everything – excellence, brains, desire. At first glance they are as inverse as two individuals can be: Kate, bound to be perpetually uncool, with an adoring family who mortifies her every step of the way. Tully, saturated with fabulousness and puzzle, yet with a mystery that is wrecking her. They make an agreement to be closest companions everlastingly; by summer’s end they’ve progressed toward becoming TullyandKate. Inseparable.

So starts Kristin Hannah’s great new novel. Spreading over three decades and playing out over the consistently changing face of the Pacific Northwest, Firefly Lane is the impactful, intense story of two ladies and the companionship that turns into the bulkhead of their lives.

From the earliest starting point, Tully is edgy to demonstrate her value to the world. Relinquished by her mom at an early age, she yearns to be adored unequivocally. In the sparkling, huge hair time of the eighties, she looks to men to fill the void in her spirit. Yet, in the secured down nineties, it is TV news that enthralls her. She will take after her own visually impaired desire to New York and around the world, discovering distinction and achievement . . . furthermore, dejection.

Kate knows from the get-go that her life will be not much. All through school, she puts on a show to be driven by a requirement for progress, however all she truly needs is to experience passionate feelings for and have youngsters and carry on with a customary life. In her own peaceful way, Kate is as driven as Tully. What she doesn’t know is the way being a spouse and mother will change her . . . how she’ll dismiss who she used to be, and what she once needed. What’s more, the amount she’ll begrudge her well known closest companion. . . .

For a long time, Tully and Kate float each other through life, weathering the tempests of kinship – desire, outrage, hurt, hatred. They think they’ve survived everything until the point that a solitary demonstration of selling out shreds them . . . also, puts their bravery and companionship to a definitive test.

Firefly Lane is for any individual who at any point drank Boone’s Farm apple wine while tuning in to Abba or Fleetwood Mac. More than a transitioning novel, it’s the tale of an age of ladies who were both honored and reviled by decisions. It’s about guarantees and privileged insights and double-crossings. Furthermore, at last, about the one individual who truly, really knows you – and recognizes what has the ability to hurt you . . . furthermore, recuperate you. Firefly Lane is a story you’ll always remember . . . one you’ll need to pass on to your closest companion.


Weight 1.01 kg
Dimensions 8.2 × 5.4 × 1.4 cm







St. Martin's Griffin


Kristin Hannah




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