Monday, May 04, 2015

60 Second Review: AN UNCHOREOGRAPHED LIFE by Jane Davis

 An unflinching, gracefully written novel from the winner of Daily Mail's First Novel Award. Alison gave up the chance to be a prima ballerina when she became pregnant and turned to prostitution to provide for her child, but the tempting hope of a better life may come at a terrible price.

 "A brilliant and cleverly-written story about the relationship between a single mother and her daughter." ~ BOOK MUSE

 "An extraordinary level of emotion... superb storytelling." THE CULT DEN

Jane Davis is an award-winning author who isn't afraid to tackle the trickiest of subjects. She lives in Carshalton, Surrey with her star-gazing, beer-brewing partner, and a growing piles of books, CDs and general chaos.

 Visit Jane's website

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