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The Inevitability Of Stars : Mira - Kathryn Lyster

The Inevitability Of Stars



Published: 1st August 2013
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A modern-day Romeo and Juliet set amongst the beauty of Byron Bay and the grind of Sydney.

Rip and Sahara have always been together. Primary school friends to high school lovers, their ties to each other are as intertwined and inescapable as the roots of the Byron Strangler Fig. But like that same tree, the tendrils of their love are beginning to stifle and choke, and soon, Sahara finds she must leave - moving to Sydney to pursue her career as an artist.

In Sydney, Sahara draws the attention of Sean, a charismatic entrepreneur, and is quickly drawn into his expensive and glamorous world - so very different from the quiet, simple place of her youth. But even as she creates a new life, and a new version of herself, Sahara cannot seem to leave Rip behind.

Back in the Byron hinterland, Rip moves to a working farm to recover from the wounds Sahara left. It's here that he begins to understand his past and reimagine his future. But as Rip rebuilds, Sahara unravels, losing herself in Sean's shiny, but meaningless world and plagued by visions of her previous life and lover.

Heartbreaking and haunting, The Inevitability of Stars is a poignant novel about the burden of fate, the viscosity of reality and the resilience of love.



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Fateful romance

By Shelleyrae

from NSW, Au

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  • Well Written


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    • Young adult

    Comments about The Inevitability Of Stars:

    The Inevitability of Stars is a unique re-imagining of Romeo and Juliet's star crossed love story. Exploring the notions of fate, of love and the conflict of want and need, the novel has a strong element of mysticism which doesn't compromise the contemporary issues the protagonists face. I liked The Inevitability of Stars, but I think it will resonate most strongly with young adults who will relate best to both the intensity of emotion and the challenges of negotiating the fate that awaits them.

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    ISBN: 9781743560495
    ISBN-10: 1743560494
    Series: Mira
    Audience: General
    Format: Paperback
    Language: English
    Number Of Pages: 304
    Published: 1st August 2013
    Country of Publication: AU