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Lessons in Chemistry
  1. 작가

    Bonnie Garmus

  2. 긴제목

    Lessons in Chemistry : The No. 1 Sunday Times bestseller and BBC Between the Covers Book Club pick

  3. 상품 요약설명

    주인공 엘리자베스 조트가 파도를 딛고 일어나는 서퍼처럼 인생에서 필연적인 역경에 맞서는 과정을 통해 좌절하지 않는 인간이 어디까지 갈 수 있는지를 보여주는 책.

  4. 출간일

    2023-03-03

  5. 가격

    9,700원

  6. 판형

    Paperback

  7. ISBN

    9781804990926

  8. 출판사

    Transworld Publishers Ltd|https://dbbooks.co.kr/shopSearch/search.html?query=Transworld Publishers Ltd

  9. 정가

    £9.99

  10. 원산지

    London, United Kingdom

  11. 장르

    Contemporary | Social | Romance | Historical | Feminism

  12. 크기/정보

    127 x 198 x 24mm | 273g | 400 pages

  13. 배송비

    2,500원 (10,000원 이상 구매 시 무료)

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“모두가 이 책에 대해 이야기하고 있다”

영국 16개 출판사 경쟁 후 사상 최고 계약금 한화 25억 원에 출판 계약
애플TV 8부작 드라마화 확정된 올해의 소설


“2022년 최고의 책(리얼 심플)”, “올해의 출판 센세이션(더 타임스)”, “여성의 시간이다(BBC라디오)” 이외에도 수없이 많은 찬사를 받으며 눈부시게 데뷔한 소설가 보니 가머스는 올해로 예순다섯 살 생일을 맞은 노장이다. 작가 경력이 없는 카피라이터였던 그녀의 데뷔는 세계를 놀라게 했다. 소설이 출간되기도 전인 2020년 프랑크푸르트도서전에서 가장 큰 화제 몰이를 한 소설은 보니 가머스의 원고 『레슨 인 케미스트리』였다. 원고가 공개된 지 2주 만에 22개국에 번역 판권이 수출되었을 뿐 아니라 “국적불문 모든 사람의 관점에서 완벽한 명작”, “모두가 이 책에 대해 이야기하고 있다”, “코로나를 피해 줌으로, 메일로, 전화로 이야기하는 와중 누구도 이 소설이 올해의 책임을 의심하지 않았다”라는 평과 함께 언론의 주목을 받았다. 영국에서는 16개의 출판사가 경쟁한 뒤 데뷔작 사상 가장 높은 계약금인 200만 달러(한화 약 25억)에 출판권이 계약되었다. 출간 후에도 유례없는 평점 고공 행진이 이어지고 있다. 출간 두 달 만에 평점이 만 개를 돌파하며 아마존 4.7점, 굿리즈 4.5점을 기록했다. 또한 애플TV에서 브리 라슨 주연으로 동명의 8부작 드라마 촬영에 돌입했다.

우리말로 ‘화학개론 수업’, ‘화학에서 배운 것’ 정도로 풀이되는 제목에서 짐작할 수 있듯 『레슨 인 케미스트리』의 주인공은 화학자다. 여성 과학자가 거의 없던 1950~60년대 미국을 배경으로 한 이 소설은 주인공 엘리자베스 조트가 파도를 딛고 일어나는 서퍼처럼 인생에서 필연적인 역경에 맞서는 과정을 통해 좌절하지 않는 인간이 어디까지 갈 수 있는지를 보여준다.


THE #1 SUNDAY TIMES and #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

The multi-million copy bestseller
As read on BBC Radio 4 Book at Bedtime
Winner of the Goodreads Choice Best Debut Novel Award


'Sparky, rip-roaring, funny, with big-hearted fully formed, loveable characters'
SUNDAY TIMES

'The most charming, life-enhancing novel I've read in ages. Strongly recommend' INDIA KNIGHT
___________
Your ability to change everything - including yourself - starts here

Chemist Elizabeth Zott is not your average woman. In fact, Elizabeth Zott would be the first to point out that there is no such thing.

But it's the early 1960s and her all-male team at Hastings Research Institute take a very unscientific view of equality. Forced to resign, she reluctantly signs on as the host of a cooking show, 
Supper at Six. But her revolutionary approach to cooking, fuelled by scientific and rational commentary, grabs the attention of a nation.

Soon, a legion of overlooked housewives find themselves daring to change the status quo. One molecule at a time.
__________
A Book of the Year for: 
GuardianTimesSunday TimesGood HousekeepingWoman & HomeStylist, TLS, Oprah DailyNewsweekMail on Sunday, New York Times, India Knight, Hay Festival, Amazon and many others

SOON TO BE A MAJOR APPLE TV SERIES STARRING BRIE LARSON

'Biting and cheerIng in exactly the right measure' 
JOJO MOYES

'I loved 
Lessons in Chemistry and am devastated to have finished it!' NIGELLA LAWSON

'Laugh-out-loud funny and brimming with life, generosity and courage' 
RACHEL JOYCE

'A novel that sparks joy with every page' ELIZABETH DAY

'Elizabeth Zott is an iconic heroine' 
PANDORA SYKES

'A page-turning and highly satisfying tale
' MAGGIE SHIPSTEAD, author of GREAT CIRCLE

< Review Text >

"The most charming, life-enhancing novel I've read in ages. A perfect delight. It's about Elizabeth Zott, a scientist who accidentally becomes a TV cook in the early 1960s. Very strongly recommend" -- INDIA KNIGHT, SUNDAY TIMES "This triumphant feminist fable, wittily observed, is teeming with vivid comic set-pieces" -- TELEGRAPH, Fiction of the Week "Polished, funny, thought-provoking. Wearing its research lightly but confidently with sentences so stylishly turned it's hard to believe it's a debut ... The real pleasure is in the dry wit of Garmus's writing" -- GUARDIAN, Book of the day "Not only is Elizabeth an unforgettable character, so too are her adorable dog Six Thirty and daughter, Mad. This is a truly unique book with some great life lessons" -- WOMAN AND HOME, Best Books of 2022 "A book that sparks joy with every page. LESSONS IN CHEMISTRY is both funny and rousing: it had me laughing one minute and air-punching the next. Bonnie Garmus has created an unforgettable heroine" -- ELIZABETH DAY "It's the world versus Elizabeth Zott, an extraordinary woman determined to live on her own terms, and I had no trouble choosing a side. Lessons in Chemistry is a page-turning and highly satisfying tale: zippy, zesty, and Zotty" -- MAGGIE SHIPSTEAD, author of GREAT CIRCLE "Full of humour heartbreak and characters who feel like real people. This is a book that everyone will be talking about" -- RED MAGAZINE "I haven't loved a character as much as the hero of this joyful, warm debut in a very long time" -- GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, Book of the Month "Absolutely unputdownable. I completely loved it" -- RICHARD E GRANT "A transporting read, recommended for fans of Where'd You Go, Bernadette and The Marvelous Mrs Maisel" -- STYLIST MAGAZINE, BOOKS TO LOOK FORWARD TO IN 2022 "In Garmus' debut novel, a frustrated chemist finds herself at the helm of a cooking show that sparks a revolution. Welcome to the 1960s, where a woman's arsenal of tools was often limited to the kitchen - and where Elizabeth Zott is hellbent on overturning the status quo one meal at a time" -- NEW YORK TIMES "A fast-moving plot, zippy dialogue and wry sense of humour. A satisfying story with hateable villains and loveable good guys. Garmus's sparkling writing is a breath of fresh air" -- SUNDAY EXPRESS "Elizabeth Zott is the smart, fierce star of Garmus' witty debut. Brilliant" -- MAIL ON SUNDAY "Lessons in Chemistry is a vibrant and original story of hope and staying true to yourself. Laugh-out-loud funny, shrewdly observant, and brimming with life and generosity and courage" -- RACHEL JOYCE "A timeless book. Elizabeth Zott is an iconic heroine - a feminist who refuses to be quashed, a mother who believes that her child is a person to behold, rather than to mould, and who will leave you, and the lens through which you see the world, quite changed" -- PANDORA SYKES "THE antidote to life's current grimness: a shrewd, witty, inventive, feminist comedy you should all race to read" -- PATRICK GALE "Original and refreshing. Elizabeth Zott is one of those singular, unforgettable characters you don't come across enough in fiction. Witty and dark, it is both a breath of fresh air and a reminder of how much still has to change for true equality" -- PRESS ASSOCIATION "Zott is a brilliantly realised character whom it's impossible not to love...[a] warm and addictive novel which cleverly and entertainingly unpacks the thorny questions around women's empowerment, the need to be true to oneself and why we should refuse to accept the limitations others try to impose on us. A triumph" -- DAILY MAIL "Smart, funny, big-hearted" -- SUNDAY TIMES "A fabulous novel. Compelling, satisfying, a real page-turner" -- NINA STIBBE "Witty, inspiring and a joy" -- I-NEWSPAPER "Lessons in Chemistry is a breath of fresh air - a witty, propulsive, and refreshingly hopeful novel populated with singular characters. This book is an utter delight - wry, warm and compulsively readable" -- CLAIRE LOMBARDO, author of THE MOST FUN WE EVER HAD "A proper page turner which really made me giggle. It's so dry. The humour has a gorgeous lightness of touch. I really enjoyed it" -- STEVE WRIGHT, BBC RADIO TWO BOOK CLUB "Original, fresh, tender, funny and warm. The story dances and swirls, captivating the reader from the first page. Elizabeth Zott is the most wonderful character. Just fantastic" -- SINEAD MORIARTY "Strikingly relevant. . . Darkly funny and poignant. . . Lessons in Chemistry's excellent experiment is quirky and heartwarming" -- THE ATLANTIC "A funny, thought-provoking revenge story. Elizabeth Zott is ahead of her time. This is such a great book, everyone should read it!" -- SHAPARAK KHORSANDI "Garmus has made feminism not just palpable, but delicious" -- I-NEWS "On par with Beth Harmon of The Queen's Gambit, Elizabeth Zott swept me away with her intellect, honesty, and unapologetic selfhood. Lessons in Chemistry is a story for all the smart girls who refuse to dumb themselves down despite a culture that demands otherwise. Though a creation of the 50s & 60s, Zott is a feminist icon for our time" -- RACHEL YODER, author of NIGHTBITCH "A truly involving and uplifting book! Bonnie Garmus addresses serious topics with humour that is genuinely funny. I especially liked the dog. Mine only appears to know one word, which is 'supper', but there again she is a Labrador. I'm sure this is going to be a great success, and deserves to be" -- ANNE YOUNGSON, Costa Book Award-shortlisted author of MEET ME AT THE MUSEUM "This incredible novel has EVERYTHING - an unforgettable heroine, wry humour, love, family and bucketloads of optimism and female empowerment. It's WONDERFUL" -- HANNAH BECKERMAN "An energetic debut ... A more adorable plea for rationalism and gender equality would be hard to find" -- KIRKUS (starred review) "Bold, smart and often hilarious look at so-called women's work" -- REAL SIMPLE, US "Like a woman-centric "Mad Men" ... A witty and sharp dramedy about resilience and found families ... Readers won't be able to get enough of Elizabeth and her makeshift family. A story to return to again and again" -- BOOKPAGE "Charming and emboldening tale with a vintage sheen... A thoroughly entertaining and emboldened look at gender in the 1960s. A must read!" -- MAGIC RADIO, BOOK CLUB READ "Garmus delivers an assured voice, an indelible heroine and relatable love stories" -- WASHINGTON POST "Elizabeth is a woman who challenges the norms of a woman in the 60s...her perseverance to succeed is enthralling. The fight to do what she really wants, and that alone, is one that'll have you rooting for her throughout" -- STYLIST "Indefatigable and formidable, Elizabeth pushes the bounds of how women and their work are perceived in this thoroughly engaging debut novel" -- BOOKLIST "Like a woman-centric "Mad Men" ... A witty and sharp dramedy about resilience and found familes. Readers won't be able to get enough of Elizabeth and her makeshift family. A story to return to again and again" -- BOOKPAGE "A kicky debut, this book tackles feminism, resilience, and rationalism in a fun and refreshing way" -- BUZZFEED "Every bit as brilliant as everyone is saying. Funny, clever, full of heart and wonderful characters. I loved it" -- A J PEARCE "An absolute delight. Zott is a cracking protagonist - strikingly single-minded, socially awkward, fiercely determined to forge her own path" -- FINANCIAL TIMES, Best Audio Books "Witty, fast-paced and unabashedly amusing' Lessons in Chemistry is 'written with charm, verve and piercing insight ... a future classic" -- LITERARY REVIEW "The best book I've read recently. I loved it" -- SARA COX, BBC 2 Between the Covers "I loved it. You don't want to finish it. You don't want to put it down. It's wonderful to hear a voice that has total honesty and clarity. I love that Elizabeth Zott is funny and hasn't got a clue that she's funny" -- DEBORAH MEADEN, BBC 2 BETWEEN THE COVERS "I loved everything about it. There were so many things I could relate to" -- STEPHEN BAILEY, BBC 2 BETWEEN THE COVERS "i couldn't put it down. It was so easy to read: hilarious, heartfelt. With all of the issues that we are still dealing with right now. Heartbreaking and heartwarming in equal measure" -- SUKH OJLA "Laugh-aloud funny, witty and provocative, LESSONS IN CHEMISTRY recreates the rampant sexism of America just before Betty Friedan's THE FEMININE MYSTIQUE and the bonfire of the bras" -- THE TIMES, audiobook of the week "A funny, big-hearted read" -- THE TIMES, Summer Reading Choice "I adored this confident, witty portrait of an unforgettable woman and her time" -- DAILY MAIL, Summer reading recommendations "One of the smartest and funniest novels to appear this year" -- THE NEW EUROPEAN "We guarantee you will love this charming debut" -- HELLO MAGAZINE "This smart, uproarious, emotional page-turner...has been the year's runaway hit. Rightly so" -- SUNDAY TIMES, Books of the Year "Irresistible, a gorgeous tribute to resilience and the many types of love that sustain us" -- OPRAH DAILY "Sharp and deliciously readable. Brings bite as well as charm to the tale of a super-rational scientist navigating sexism in early 60s America." -- GUARDIAN, Books of the Year "The idiosyncratic wit of this year's blockbuster debut is instantly appealing, but it's also a narrative with real bite. Uplifting and irresistibly zany" -- THE MAIL, Books of the Year "I fell for Elizabeth Zott immediately. A wonderfully entertaining and empowering read" -- GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, Books of the Year "A wonderful novel - polished, pacy, funny, witty, warm, life-affirming, and thought-provoking" -- SUNDAY MAIL, SCOTLAND "Enchanting, clever, funny and packed with deeply engaging characters. I still think about it a lot" -- INDIA KNIGHT's Book of the Year, SUNDAY TIMES "As with all the best stories, there is a timelessness to this book. One senses it will be read in ten or twenty years' time" -- IRISH TIMES "Witty, sometimes hilarious, angry, and often surreal. It's the CATCH-22 of early feminism." -- STEPHEN KING

< Review quote >

The most charming, life-enhancing novel I've read in ages. A perfect delight. It's about Elizabeth Zott, a scientist who accidentally becomes a TV cook in the early 1960s. Very strongly recommend * INDIA KNIGHT, SUNDAY TIMES * This triumphant feminist fable, wittily observed, is teeming with vivid comic set-pieces * TELEGRAPH, Fiction of the Week * Polished, funny, thought-provoking. Wearing its research lightly but confidently with sentences so stylishly turned it's hard to believe it's a debut ... The real pleasure is in the dry wit of Garmus's writing * GUARDIAN, Book of the day * Not only is Elizabeth an unforgettable character, so too are her adorable dog Six Thirty and daughter, Mad. This is a truly unique book with some great life lessons * WOMAN AND HOME, Best Books of 2022 * A book that sparks joy with every page. LESSONS IN CHEMISTRY is both funny and rousing: it had me laughing one minute and air-punching the next. Bonnie Garmus has created an unforgettable heroine * ELIZABETH DAY * It's the world versus Elizabeth Zott, an extraordinary woman determined to live on her own terms, and I had no trouble choosing a side. Lessons in Chemistry is a page-turning and highly satisfying tale: zippy, zesty, and Zotty * MAGGIE SHIPSTEAD, author of GREAT CIRCLE * Full of humour heartbreak and characters who feel like real people. This is a book that everyone will be talking about * RED MAGAZINE * I haven't loved a character as much as the hero of this joyful, warm debut in a very long time * GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, Book of the Month * Absolutely unputdownable. I completely loved it * RICHARD E GRANT * A transporting read, recommended for fans of Where'd You Go, Bernadette and The Marvelous Mrs Maisel * STYLIST MAGAZINE, BOOKS TO LOOK FORWARD TO IN 2022 * In Garmus' debut novel, a frustrated chemist finds herself at the helm of a cooking show that sparks a revolution. Welcome to the 1960s, where a woman's arsenal of tools was often limited to the kitchen - and where Elizabeth Zott is hellbent on overturning the status quo one meal at a time * NEW YORK TIMES * A fast-moving plot, zippy dialogue and wry sense of humour. A satisfying story with hateable villains and loveable good guys. Garmus's sparkling writing is a breath of fresh air * SUNDAY EXPRESS * Elizabeth Zott is the smart, fierce star of Garmus' witty debut. Brilliant * MAIL ON SUNDAY * Lessons in Chemistry is a vibrant and original story of hope and staying true to yourself. Laugh-out-loud funny, shrewdly observant, and brimming with life and generosity and courage * RACHEL JOYCE * A timeless book. Elizabeth Zott is an iconic heroine - a feminist who refuses to be quashed, a mother who believes that her child is a person to behold, rather than to mould, and who will leave you, and the lens through which you see the world, quite changed * PANDORA SYKES * THE antidote to life's current grimness: a shrewd, witty, inventive, feminist comedy you should all race to read * PATRICK GALE * Original and refreshing. Elizabeth Zott is one of those singular, unforgettable characters you don't come across enough in fiction. Witty and dark, it is both a breath of fresh air and a reminder of how much still has to change for true equality * PRESS ASSOCIATION * Zott is a brilliantly realised character whom it's impossible not to love...[a] warm and addictive novel which cleverly and entertainingly unpacks the thorny questions around women's empowerment, the need to be true to oneself and why we should refuse to accept the limitations others try to impose on us. A triumph * DAILY MAIL * Smart, funny, big-hearted * SUNDAY TIMES * A fabulous novel. Compelling, satisfying, a real page-turner * NINA STIBBE * Witty, inspiring and a joy * I-NEWSPAPER * Lessons in Chemistry is a breath of fresh air - a witty, propulsive, and refreshingly hopeful novel populated with singular characters. This book is an utter delight - wry, warm and compulsively readable * CLAIRE LOMBARDO, author of THE MOST FUN WE EVER HAD * A proper page turner which really made me giggle. It's so dry. The humour has a gorgeous lightness of touch. I really enjoyed it * STEVE WRIGHT, BBC RADIO TWO BOOK CLUB * Original, fresh, tender, funny and warm. The story dances and swirls, captivating the reader from the first page. Elizabeth Zott is the most wonderful character. Just fantastic * SINEAD MORIARTY * Strikingly relevant. . . Darkly funny and poignant. . . Lessons in Chemistry's excellent experiment is quirky and heartwarming * THE ATLANTIC * A funny, thought-provoking revenge story. Elizabeth Zott is ahead of her time. This is such a great book, everyone should read it! * SHAPARAK KHORSANDI * Garmus has made feminism not just palpable, but delicious * I-NEWS * On par with Beth Harmon of The Queen's Gambit, Elizabeth Zott swept me away with her intellect, honesty, and unapologetic selfhood. Lessons in Chemistry is a story for all the smart girls who refuse to dumb themselves down despite a culture that demands otherwise. Though a creation of the 50s & 60s, Zott is a feminist icon for our time * RACHEL YODER, author of NIGHTBITCH * A truly involving and uplifting book! Bonnie Garmus addresses serious topics with humour that is genuinely funny. I especially liked the dog. Mine only appears to know one word, which is 'supper', but there again she is a Labrador. I'm sure this is going to be a great success, and deserves to be * ANNE YOUNGSON, Costa Book Award-shortlisted author of MEET ME AT THE MUSEUM * This incredible novel has EVERYTHING - an unforgettable heroine, wry humour, love, family and bucketloads of optimism and female empowerment. It's WONDERFUL * HANNAH BECKERMAN * An energetic debut ... A more adorable plea for rationalism and gender equality would be hard to find * KIRKUS (starred review) * Bold, smart and often hilarious look at so-called women's work * REAL SIMPLE, US * Like a woman-centric [|]Mad Men[|] ... A witty and sharp dramedy about resilience and found families ... Readers won't be able to get enough of Elizabeth and her makeshift family. A story to return to again and again * BOOKPAGE * Charming and emboldening tale with a vintage sheen... A thoroughly entertaining and emboldened look at gender in the 1960s. A must read! * MAGIC RADIO, BOOK CLUB READ * Garmus delivers an assured voice, an indelible heroine and relatable love stories * WASHINGTON POST * Elizabeth is a woman who challenges the norms of a woman in the 60s...her perseverance to succeed is enthralling. The fight to do what she really wants, and that alone, is one that'll have you rooting for her throughout * STYLIST * Indefatigable and formidable, Elizabeth pushes the bounds of how women and their work are perceived in this thoroughly engaging debut novel * BOOKLIST * Like a woman-centric [|]Mad Men[|] ... A witty and sharp dramedy about resilience and found familes. Readers won't be able to get enough of Elizabeth and her makeshift family. A story to return to again and again * BOOKPAGE * A kicky debut, this book tackles feminism, resilience, and rationalism in a fun and refreshing way * BUZZFEED * Every bit as brilliant as everyone is saying. Funny, clever, full of heart and wonderful characters. I loved it * A J PEARCE * An absolute delight. Zott is a cracking protagonist - strikingly single-minded, socially awkward, fiercely determined to forge her own path * FINANCIAL TIMES, Best Audio Books * Witty, fast-paced and unabashedly amusing' Lessons in Chemistry is 'written with charm, verve and piercing insight ... a future classic * LITERARY REVIEW * The best book I've read recently. I loved it * SARA COX, BBC 2 Between the Covers * I loved it. You don't want to finish it. You don't want to put it down. It's wonderful to hear a voice that has total honesty and clarity. I love that Elizabeth Zott is funny and hasn't got a clue that she's funny * DEBORAH MEADEN, BBC 2 BETWEEN THE COVERS * I loved everything about it. There were so many things I could relate to * STEPHEN BAILEY, BBC 2 BETWEEN THE COVERS * i couldn't put it down. It was so easy to read: hilarious, heartfelt. With all of the issues that we are still dealing with right now. Heartbreaking and heartwarming in equal measure * SUKH OJLA * Laugh-aloud funny, witty and provocative, LESSONS IN CHEMISTRY recreates the rampant sexism of America just before Betty Friedan's THE FEMININE MYSTIQUE and the bonfire of the bras * THE TIMES, audiobook of the week * A funny, big-hearted read * THE TIMES, Summer Reading Choice * I adored this confident, witty portrait of an unforgettable woman and her time * DAILY MAIL, Summer reading recommendations * One of the smartest and funniest novels to appear this year * THE NEW EUROPEAN * We guarantee you will love this charming debut * HELLO MAGAZINE * This smart, uproarious, emotional page-turner...has been the year's runaway hit. Rightly so * SUNDAY TIMES, Books of the Year * Irresistible, a gorgeous tribute to resilience and the many types of love that sustain us * OPRAH DAILY * Sharp and deliciously readable. Brings bite as well as charm to the tale of a super-rational scientist navigating sexism in early 60s America. * GUARDIAN, Books of the Year * The idiosyncratic wit of this year's blockbuster debut is instantly appealing, but it's also a narrative with real bite. Uplifting and irresistibly zany * THE MAIL, Books of the Year * I fell for Elizabeth Zott immediately. A wonderfully entertaining and empowering read * GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, Books of the Year * A wonderful novel - polished, pacy, funny, witty, warm, life-affirming, and thought-provoking * SUNDAY MAIL, SCOTLAND * Enchanting, clever, funny and packed with deeply engaging characters. I still think about it a lot * INDIA KNIGHT's Book of the Year, SUNDAY TIMES * As with all the best stories, there is a timelessness to this book. One senses it will be read in ten or twenty years' time * IRISH TIMES * Witty, sometimes hilarious, angry, and often surreal. It's the CATCH-22 of early feminism. * STEPHEN KING *

< About Bonnie Garmus >

BONNIE GARMUS is a copywriter and creative director who has worked widely in the fields of technology, medicine and education. She is an open-water swimmer, a rower, and mother to two wonderful daughters. Born in California and most recently from Seattle, she currently lives in London with her husband and her dog, 99. Her first novel, LESSONS IN CHEMISTRY, is a No.1 Sunday Times and No. 1 New York Times bestseller. It was voted Hay Festival Book of the Year by readers, won the Goodreads Choice Award for Best Debut Novel and was shortlisted for the Waterstones Debut Fiction Prize. Translated into more than thirty-five languages, it is being adapted as an Apple TV series starring Brie Larson.

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