Abbie Greaves

The Ends of the Earth
  • The Ends of the Earth

  • 'A remarkable tale of love and loss' KATIE FFORDE
    'Tender and intriguing' RACHEL HORE
    'An enthralling, moving read - I loved it' HOLLY MILLER
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    Some love stories change us for ever.

    For the last seven years, Mary O'Connor has waited for her first love. Every evening she arrives at Ealing Broadway station and stands with a sign which simply says: 'Come Home Jim'.

    Commuters might pass her by without a second thought, but Mary isn't going anywhere. Until an unexpected call turns her world on its head.

    It will take the help of a young journalist called Alice, and a journey across the country for Mary to face what happened all those years ago, and to finally answer the question: where on earth is Jim?


    'Poignant and moving, this is 2021's standout love story so far - and one that shines a light on some very important issues. Exceptional.' THE SUN, Pick of the Week

    'Oh, this gorgeous book. I absolutely loved it... A book that can make me both laugh and cry is an absolute winner in my book and The Ends of the Earth did just that. It offers all that I want in a book and it will be one of my books of the year.' NB MAGAZINE

    'Fans of Jojo Moyes will love this intricate tale of a woman searching for answers about a lost lover.' NEW MAGAZINE
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    PRAISE FOR ABBIE GREAVES:

    'A remarkable debut' JOJO MOYES

    'It's beautiful, so moving and clever. I truly adored it.' JOSIE SILVER

    'Beautifully written in Greaves's unique voice... Poignant, heart-breaking and insightful.' WOMAN & HOME

    'A must read' SUNDAY EXPRESS

    'Empathetic, beautifully written ... will resonate with fans of Jojo Moyes, David Nicholls and Gail Honeyman.' DAILY EXPRESS

    'Such stunning prose, and such insight for a debut author... I was bowled over by Abbie's writing.' CLARE MACKINTOSH

    'An unforgettable love story with a mystery that had me captivated until the last, heart-wrenching page. It deserves to be huge' CATHERINE ISAAC, author of You Me Everything

    'Greaves's insightful account of a long marriage kept us gripped till the very last page' INDEPENDENT

    'Beautifully written... Poignant, heart-breaking and insightful.' WOMAN

    'Abbie Greaves masterfully unpicks a history of ordinary lives facing extraordinary challenges. I found it impossible to look away from the relationship at the heart of this novel.' GILLY MACMILLAN, author of The Nanny

    'I really loved it...It's a very moving book' JO WILEY

Abbie Greaves studied at Cambridge University before working in a literary agency for a number of years. She was inspired to write her first novel, The Silent Treatment, after reading a newspaper article about a boy in Japan who had never seen his parents speak to one another before. Abbie lives in Brighton with her boyfriend.

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