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Holy Fools: A Novel (P.S.) (original 2003; edition 2005)
Holy Fools by Joanne Harris (2003)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0060559136, Paperback)
Joanne Harris, bestselling author of Chocolat, presents her most accomplished novel yet -- an intoxicating concoction that blends theology and reason, deception and masquerade, with a dash of whimsical humor and a soupçon of sensuality.
Britanny, 1610. Juliette, a one-time actress and rope dancer, is forced to seek refuge among the sisters of the abbey of Sainte Marie-de-la-mer. Reinventing herself as Soeur Auguste, Juliette makes a new life for herself and her young daughter, Fleur.
But when the kindly abbess dies, Juliette's comfortable existence begins to unravel. The abbey's new leader is the daughter of a corrupt noble family, and she arrives with a ghost from Juliette's past -- Guy LeMerle, a man she has every reason to fear and hate.This P.S. edition features an extra 16 pages of insights into the book, including author interviews, recommended reading, and more.
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:00:37 -0400)
Set in 17th-century France, this is the story of Juliette, one-time actress and rope-dancer, who is forced to seek refuge amongst the sisters of the remote abbey of Saint Marie-de-la Mer. Reinvented as Soeur Auguste, Juliette is able to make a new life for herself and her young daughter, Fleur. This is threatened when the abbess dies and the new appointment, Isabelle, brings an old enemy, Guy LeMerle, with her.
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