The Beach at Night
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A âEURoebeautifully writtenâEUR dark fable from a dollâEUR(TM)s point of viewâEUR"by theNew York TimesâEUR"bestselling author ofThe Lost Daughter and the Neapolitan Novels (The Washington Post).
One ofNPRâEUR(TM)s Best Books of the Year.
Readers of Elena FerranteâEUR(TM)sThe Lost Daughter may recall the little dollâEUR"lost or stolenâEUR"around which that novel revolves. Here, Ferrante retells the tale from the dollâEUR(TM)s perspective.
Celina is having a terrible night, one full of jealousy for the new kitten, MinÃ¹; feelings of abandonment and sadness; misadventures at the hands of the beach attendant; and dark dreams. But she will be happily found by Mati, her child, once the sun rises . . .
âEURoeEveryone should read anything with FerranteâEUR(TM)s name on it.âEUR âEUR"The Boston Globe