visión de conjunto:Críticas ‘A moving tale… sure to make you cry… Parfait [is] a convincingly serious sweet clever and funny person who ends up carrying the story… an epic hero … It’s going to be all over every book club in Britain before you can say Burundi’ The Times‘I found it both a mesmerisingly beautiful portrait of a young woman discovering what home means to her and a poignant depiction of how our actions can touch other people's lives in ways we could never have anticipated. Augusta and Parfait are wonderful characters; I was willing them on to find the happiness and peace they both deserved’ Sarah Haywood author of The Cactus‘Joanna Glen weaves a uniquely heartening and hopeful story. A story about pain the solace of words and our search to belong to a place to a person. Welcome to the world of the wonderful Augusta Hope’ Jess Kidd author Himself and Things in Jars‘Without a doubt one of the best books I have ever read – an extraordinary masterpiece’ Anstey Harris author of The Truths and Triumphs of Grace Atherton‘Absolutely brilliant – quirky original funny moving and wonderfully written. Basically it’s everything I love in a novel; Gavin Extence author of The Universe Versus Alex Woods‘The most gutsy endearing and entertaining meditation on the meaning of human existence that you're ever likely to read’ Deborah Orr Reseña del editor YOU’RE NOT LOST. YOU’RE JUST LOOKING.‘Heartening and hopeful’ Jess Kidd author of Things in Jars‘Mesmerizingly beautiful’ Sarah Haywood author of The Cactus‘An extraordinary masterpiece’ Anstey Harris author of The Truths and Triumphs of Grace Atherton‘Gutsy endearing and entertaining’ Deborah Orr‘Absolutely brilliant’ Gavin Extence author of The Universe Versus Alex Woods_____________________________________________________________Augusta Hope has never felt like she fits in.At six she’s memorising the dictionary. At seven she’s correcting her teachers. At eight she spins the globe and picks her favourite country on the sound of its name: Burundi. And now that she's an adult Augusta has no interest in the goings-on of the small town where she lives with her parents and her beloved twin sister Julia.When an unspeakable tragedy upends everything in Augusta's life she's propelled headfirst into the unknown. She's determined to find where she belongs – but what if her true home and heart are half a world away?_____________________________________________________________AUGUSTA MAY NOT FEEL LIKE SHE FITS IN BUT READERS ARE FALLING IN LOVE WITH HER…‘What a beautiful moving book…one that will stay with a lot of readers long after closing the last page’ Karen W‘What a brilliant brave clever book’ Maddy P‘A beautiful tale of family of loss of the awkward relationships we build with those we love the most…a must read!’ Amelia D‘A powerful novel about fitting in loss and the people you really have connections with’ Siobhan D‘The story made me laugh and cry in equal measure and now it's finished I'm at a slight loss as what to read next’ Laura W‘I loved this book from the very first line…It’s totally original deeply moving and something really special’ Katherine W. NOTA: El libro no está en español sino en inglés. Biografía del autor Joanna Glen read Spanish at the University of London with a stint at the Faculty of Arts at Córdoba University in the south of Spain. She went on to teach Spanish and English to all ages and latterly was a school principal in London. Joanna’s short fiction has appeared in the Bath Flash Fiction Anthology. She lives with her husband and children on the River Thames in Battersea returning to Andalusia whenever it gets too grey.