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On the island the nights were dark but short. When Tijmen woke up the sun was near its zenith. Even the birds sounded more cheerful. Angel lay there watching him. He had a fleeting thought about staying here for ever, together. This was where they belonged. Far away from the rest of the world, from Forrester, Sonny, Bennie’s girls, Barry Kanteel, Uncle Godfried and deceased fathers, endless rows of girls, wars, the paper... The gloom had suddenly come back. He was afraid; afraid that there was no longer a future.
‘I have to tell you something,’ Angel said.
Her voice sounded serious. He abandoned sleep, rubbed his eyes and smelled the sea breeze through the tent opening. He breathed, he was alive.
Number of pages: 215
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‘The story is very intriguing ... another interesting aspect is the inclusion of poetry’
‘If you like your novels to be rich in complexity … a thriller with a bit of rhythmic difference … you’ll enjoy Angel’ life between pages blog
‘The book is beautifully written and the tone is wonderfully eloquent.’
‘Every page I turned made me want to find out more about him and his love interest Angel.’ - Joanne Clancy on her blog
‘Jansen op de Haar continues to demonstrate a rare talent of writing succinctly, yet with impact.’ - Stephen Phillips on his blog
‘it is compelling, and as the novel goes on it gathers pace’ - Watching The Coast
‘Intriguing, exciting and full of striking scenes’ – Xandra Schutte, publisher
‘An intriguing book. Very well written. Congratulations’ – Anna Penta, editor
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