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超级新品 正版 无声告白英文版 Everything I Never Told You 英文原版小说书 可搭 flippe

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  • 作者: Celeste Ng著
  • 出版社: PHAIDON PRESS
  • 出版时间:2015
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  • 作者: Celeste Ng著
  • 出版社:PHAIDON PRESS
  • 出版时间:2015
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  • 页数: 320
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  • ISBN:9780143127550
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书名:Everything I Never Told You 无声告白

作者:Celeste Ng

出版社名称:Penguin Books

出版时间:2015

语种:英文

ISBN:9780143127550

商品尺寸:12.9 x 1.3 x 19.5 cm

包装:平装

页数:320

我们终此一生,就是要摆脱他人的期待,找到真正的自己。本书征服欧美文坛的华裔作家,凭借处女作夺得2014美国年度图书第1名!击败斯蒂芬·金、村上春树等99位作家,横扫欧美所有榜单!

即使我们熟知身边有这类故事,也从来没在美国小说中见过,起码,在伍绮诗之前,没有谁处理过这类故事。这部小说写的是成为“异类”的那种负担与压力,这种负担与压力,通常会摧毁一个人,而不是塑造一个人。——《纽约时报书评》

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Alexander Chee,The New York Times Book Review:
“If we know this story, we haven’t seen it yet in American fiction, not until now… Ng has set two tasks in this novel’s doubled heart—to be exciting, and to tell a story bigger than whatever is behind the crime. She does both by turning the nest of familial resentments into at least four smaller, prickly mysteries full of secrets the family members won’t share… What emerges is a deep, heartfelt portrait of a family struggling with its place in history, and a young woman hoping to be the fulfillment of that struggle. This is, in the end, a novel about the burden of being the first of your kind—a burden you do not always survive.”
Boston Globe:
“Wonderfully moving…Emotionally precise…A beautifully crafted study of dysfunction and grief…[This book] will resonate with anyone who has ever had a family drama.”
San Francisco Chronicle:
“A subtle meditation on gender, race and the weight of one generation’s unfulfilled ambitions upon the shoulders—and in the heads—of thenext… Ng deftly and convincingly illustrates the degree to which some miscommunications can never quite berectified.”

New York TimesBestseller · ANew York Times Book ReviewEditor’s Choice · Winner of the Alex Award·Winner of the APALA Award for Fiction· NEA Big Read Selection 
NAMED ABEST BOOK OF THE YEARBY:
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“Lydia is dead. But they don’t know this yet.” So begins this exquisite novel about a Chinese American family living in 1970s small-town Ohio. Lydia is the favorite child of Marilyn and James Lee, and her parents are determined that she will fulfill the dreams they were unable to pursue. But when Lydia’s body is found in the local lake, the delicate balancing act that has been keeping the Lee family together is destroyed, tumbling them into chaos. A profoundly moving story of family, secrets, and longing,Everything I Never Told Youis both a gripping page-turner and a sensitive family portrait, uncovering the ways in which mothers and daughters, fathers and sons, and husbands and wives struggle, all their lives, to understand one another.

CELESTE NGgrew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Shaker Heights, Ohio. She attended Harvard University and earned an MFA from the University of Michigan. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with her husband and son. She is the author ofEverything I Never Told YouandLittle Fires Everywhere.






Lydia is dead. But they don’t know this yet. 1977, May 3, six thirty in the morning, no one knows anything but this innocuous fact: Lydia is late for breakfast. As always, next to her cereal bowl, her mother has placed a sharpened pencil and Lydia’s physics homework, six problems flagged with small ticks. Driving to work, Lydia’s father nudges the dial toward WXKP, Northwest Ohio’s Best News Source, vexed by the crackles of static. On the stairs, Lydia’s brother yawns, still twined in the tail end of his dream. And in her chair in the corner of the kitchen, Lydia’s sister hunches moon-eyed over her cornflakes, sucking them to pieces one by one, waiting for Lydia to appear. It’s she who says, at last, “Lydia’s taking a long time today.”

Upstairs, Marilyn opens her daughter’s door and sees the bed unslept in: neat hospital corners still pleated beneath the comforter, pillow still fluffed and convex. Nothing seems out of place. Mustard-colored corduroys tangled on the floor, a single rainbow-striped sock. A row of science fair ribbons on the wall, a postcard of Einstein. Lydia’s duffel bag crumpled on the floor of the closet. Lydia’s green bookbag slouched against her desk. Lydia’s bottle of Baby Soft atop the dresser, a sweet, powdery, loved-baby scent still in the air. But no Lydia.

Marilyn closes her eyes. Maybe, when she opens them, Lydia will be there, covers pulled over her head as usual, wisps of hair trailing from beneath. A grumpy lump bundled under the bedspread that she’d somehow missed before. I was in the bathroom, Mom. I went downstairs for some water. I was lying right here all the time. Of course, when she looks, nothing has changed. The closed curtains glow like a blank television screen.

Downstairs, she stops in the doorway of the kitchen, a hand on each side of the frame. Her silence says everything. “I’ll check outside,” she says at last. “Maybe for some reason—” She keeps her gaze trained on the floor as she heads for the front door, as if Lydia’s footprints might be crushed into the hall runner.

Nath says to Hannah, “She was in her room last night. I heard her radio playing. At eleven thirty.” He stops, remembering that he had not said goodnight.

“Can you be kidnapped if you’re sixteen?” Hannah asks. Nath prods at his bowl with a spoon. Cornflakes wilt and sink into clouded milk.

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