Last Night at the Telegraph Club - Lo, Malinda
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A gripping story of love and duty set in San Francisco's Chinatown during the 1950s.

Produktbeschreibung
A gripping story of love and duty set in San Francisco's Chinatown during the 1950s.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Hodder And Stoughton Ltd.
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 816536
  • Seitenzahl: 416
  • Altersempfehlung: ab 14 Jahre
  • Erscheinungstermin: 18. März 2021
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 197mm x 126mm x 30mm
  • Gewicht: 286g
  • ISBN-13: 9781529366587
  • ISBN-10: 1529366585
  • Artikelnr.: 60938041
Autorenporträt
Malinda Lo is the critically acclaimed author of several young adult novels, including most recently A Line in the Dark, which was a Kirkus Best YA Book of 2017 and Ash, a lesbian retelling of Cinderella, which was a finalist for the William C. Morris YA Debut Award, the Andre Norton Award for YA Science Fiction and Fantasy, the Mythopoeic Fantasy Award, and was a Kirkus Best Book for Children and Teens. Malinda's nonfiction has been published by the New York Times Book Review, the Huffington Post, the Horn Book, and the anthologies Here We Are, How I Resist, and Scratch. She lives in Massachusetts with her wife.
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A National Bestseller

"Lo's writing, restrained yet luscious, shimmers with the thrills of youthful desire. A lovely, memorable novel about listening to the whispers of a wayward heart and claiming a place in the world." Sarah Waters, international bestselling and award winning author of Tipping the Velvet and The Night Watch

"Exquisite and heart-shattering, Last Night at the Telegraph Club made me ache with wishing. This book is for anyone who has ever loved in any sense of the word." Emily X.R. Pan, New York Times bestselling author of The Astonishing Color of After

"Lily is my favorite kind of heroine: observant, loving, and startlingly brave. Malinda Lo is my favorite kind of writer, one who can bring a scene to life with exquisite detail and nuance. Last Night at the Telegraph Club is a triumph. It is the queer novel I wish I had read as a teenager, and feel lucky to have read now." Marie Rutkoski, New York Times bestselling author of The Winner's Trilogy

"Oh, what a wonderful novel this is! For all who ever dared to want more, much more, from life a beautifully sensitive love story, with telling historic detail." Susan Elia MacNeal, New York Times bestselling author of the Edgar-nominated Maggie Hope series

"Malinda Lo's Last Night at the Telegraph Club is an instant classic, the finest LGBTQIA+ romance I've read in ages. Lo has lovingly re-created 1950s San Francisco and made me feel as though I'd lived there, and her depiction of first love felt so real that I experienced it in long-since-forgotten corners of my own heart." Bill Konigsberg, award-winning author of The Music of What Happens and The Bridge

"Malinda Lo's Last Night at the Telegraph Club is a beautifully observed story about finding love and fighting for one's identity against tremendous odds. In bringing a fascinating chapter of history to vivid life, this novel illuminates a path to the future through a careful understanding of our past. It's vivid, emotional, and hopeful. I loved it." Abdi Nazemian, author of Stonewall Honor Book Like a Love Story

A sweeping and romantic page-turner, the heart of this rich and ambitious historical novel is a love story that thrums with passion and self-discovery. Laura Ruby, two-time National Book Award Finalist and Printz Award winning author of Bone Gap

"An absolute masterpiece." Randy Ribay, author of Patron Saints of Nothing, a National Book Award finalist

"Malinda Lo turns her masterful talent toward an under-covered period of San Francisco history. Last Night at the Telegraph Club is by turns gut-wrenching, utterly compelling, and deeply tender. I loved Lily fiercely, and you will too." Rebecca Kim Wells, author of Shatter the Sky

"A lovely, affirming, layered, and deft coming-of-queer-age novel." New York Times bestselling author Kate Elliott

"Lo has really outdone herself here. I don't think I can overstate how refreshing it is to read queer historical fiction that is so complex, nuanced, and tender. It's my opinion that this book will quickly become a new touchstone of the genre of queer literature. What an accomplishment." Sarah Gailey, award-winning author of Magic for Liars and Upright Women Wanted

The writing is so atmospheric and detailed that I am convinced I have lived in San Francisco in the 1950s. It s a passionate, smoldering romance that perfectly captures the feelings of falling in love for the first time. Christina Soontornvat, New York Times bestselling author and Newbery Honoree

"A must read." Us Weekly

"The Price of Salt
meets Saving Face in this gripping historical thriller from the celebrated author of Ash.... Last Night at the Telegraph Club is proof of Lo's skill at creating darkly romantic tales of love in the face of danger." O: The Oprah Magazine

Lush, ambitious and layered, Malinda Lo s sweeping historical novel is the queer romance we ve been waiting for. Ms. Magazine

"A vivid must-read." Bay Area Reporter

"A journey of self-discovery that's as necessary as it is dangerous." PopSugar.com

"An enthralling historical lesbian romance." WBUR

"Malinda Lo is an absolute icon." BuzzFeed

"A joy to read." The Advocate

"
A gripping novel where historical fiction meets romance, Last Night at the Telegraph is a whirlwind read set in San Francisco s Chinatown during the Red Scare. Immersive and creative, Lo gets wrapped up in her fictitious world of adventure and adrenaline and follows Lily Hu as she seeks out the woman she loves." Gay Times

The writing is so atmospheric and detailed that I am convinced I have lived in San Francisco in the 1950s. It s a passionate, smoldering romance that perfectly captures the feelings of falling in love for the first time. Christina Soontornvat, New York Times Bestselling author and Newbery Honoree

Finally, the intersectional, lesbian, historical teen novel so many readers have been waiting for. Kirkus, starred review

A must-read love story alternately heart-wrenching and satisfying. Booklist, starred review

"Last Night at the Telegraph Club is a work of historical fiction that s as meticulously researched as it is full of raw, authentic emotion.... Shout it from the highest hills: This is a beautiful, brave story, and Lily is a heroine that readers will love. BookPage, starred review

"This immersive, powerful coming-of-age novel tackles perceptions, expectations, and identity while sweeping readers into smoky lesbian nightclubs and 50s culture. BCCB, starred review

Smoothly referencing cultural touchstones and places with historic Chinese American significance, Lo conjures 1950s San Francisco adeptly while transcending historicity through a sincere exploration of identity and love. Publishers Weekly, starred review

"Historically accurate and well-researched." SLC, starred review

"A riveting, emotionally stirring tale.... Last Night at the Telegraph Club focused on unapologetically embracing one's true self is a spectacular addition to the young adult historical fiction genre." Shelf Awareness, starred review

"This standout work of historical fiction combines meticulous research with tender romance to create a riveting bildungsroman." Horn Book, starred review
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