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NOVELLA NOSTALGIA by TONY DRURY
‘Forever on Thursdays’ Is it possible that two people can meet on a railway station and fall in love?
Carey Ryan is the victim of an assault on Platform B of St Pancras International station in London. She is rescued by a stranger called Mark who takes her for a coffee. He rushes off to meet a rich widow but asks to see her again. Soon, they are meeting every Thursday.
Carey is fighting to sort out her loveless marriage and aimless life. She employs the crazy Jonathan to teach her to write a book. He becomes her mentor as they explore the world of novella construction. Slowly, her growing love for Mark becomes intertwined with the romantic odyssey that she and Jonathan are progressing.
Then their consciences cause them both to hesitate. A brief encounter with Mark having a romantic outcome is perhaps a cinematic indulgence. That is until Jonathan intervenes and tells Carey why she holds the key to their future.
Forever on Thursdays is the third publication forming part of the Novella Nostalgia series linking iconic cinema classics with modern stories.
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Review from Jennifer - member of The Girly Book Club
"Tony Drury has a series of novellas that are short modern version of classics, and well written. I have really enjoyed getting to read each one, and hoping he's working on the 4th. Hint, hint"
Gloucester book club review - 'Twelve Troubled Jurors'
"Really enjoyed this novella. Well written and the use of language superb. The author managed to somehow transport me into the jury room and gave me a lot of insight into each juror , their lives...