A Letter to the Luminous Deep

A Letter to the Luminous Deep

Fiction & Poetry, Romance
Hardback Published on: 25/04/2024
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A Letter to the Luminous Deep
An exquisitely elegant epistolary romance with a unique underwater setting!
A Letter to the Luminous Deep is an epistolary novel full of exquisitely beautiful writing and a unique underwater setting that was captivating in its desc... READ MORE
Laura at Blackpool

Synopsis

A beautiful discovery outside the window of her underwater home prompts the reclusive E. to begin a correspondence with renowned scholar Henerey Clel. The letters they share are filled with passion, at first for their mutual interests, and then, inevitably, for each other. Together, they uncover a mystery from the unknown depths, destined to transform the underwater world they both equally fear and love. But by no mere coincidence, a seaquake destroys E.'s home, and she and Henerey vanish. A year later, E.'s sister Sophy, and Henerey's brother Vyerin, are left to solve the mystery of their siblings' disappearances with the letters, sketches and field notes left behind. As they uncover the wondrous love their siblings shared, Sophy and Vyerin learn the key to their disappearance - and what it could mean for life as they know it.

  • Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
  • ISBN: 9780356522777
  • Number of pages: 368
  • Weight: 580g
  • Dimensions: 236 x 158 x 38 mm

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A Letter to the Luminous Deep
An epistolary novel full of sweet, romantic, intimate, charming and heartwarming letters!
The reclusive E. and her penal, Scholar Henery Clel, do fall in love through their letters filled with passion. Together, they uncover a mystery from the u... READ MORE
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A Letter to the Luminous Deep
4.5⭐️ A stunner of a book, this has all the magic and whimsy of Emily Wilde’s Encyclopaedia of Faeries but is a truly unique tale.
With an unusual style that may not be for everyone but is certainly for me, I absolutely adored that this was an epistolary book- there’s just something so... READ MORE
BooksWithBoz
A Letter to the Luminous Deep
A Charming Cast Of Characters & A Riveting Plot
Actual Rating: 4.5 A cosy fantasy, with an absolutely stunning cover, written mostly in the form of letters and set beneath the sea; how could anyone po... READ MORE
Charlotte Watkins
A Letter to the Luminous Deep
I loved that we discover the two timelines through letters!
This was such a great read, I loved it! The concept of having two timelines that we discover through letters made for a very compelling (and cool) story th... READ MORE
Emma Macmillan