Sally Rooney to release third novel
Sally Rooney, author of bestsellers 'Normal People' and 'Conversations with Friends' is about to release her third novel.
Rooney will publish her follow up novel titled "Beautiful World, Where Are You" on September 7th 2021.
The book follows the story of two best friends, Alice and Eileen, as they approach their 30th birthdays, staying in touch while apart and both on different paths in life. They exchange emails about their passions in life as well as their friendship and tell the tales of the complicated love stories they are entangled in.
Rooney is best known for her novel Normal People which was adapted into a TV series released in 2020 starring Daisy Edgar Jones and Paul Mescal and directed by Lenny Abrahamson. Her novel "Conversations with Friends" has also been given to go ahead to be created into a series for television.
Speaking about the release of Rooney's third novel, publisher Alex Bowler said, "Sally’s new novel is a book of friendship and sex, art and faith, power and love.
"It absorbs you once again in the inner lives of characters with brilliant minds and aching hearts, while marking the next creative leap from a singular writer.
"The book scintillates with intelligence, empathy and, yes, beauty."
Sally Rooney's next novel "Beautiful World, Where Are You" will be released in hardback, paperback, ebook and audio book.
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