Eleven Lines to Somewhere: An emotional and uplifting story of love and loss for fans of Kate Atkinson

Eleven Lines to Somewhere: An emotional and uplifting story of love and loss for fans of Kate Atkinson

Everyone is searching for love. Sometimes we just take our own route to find it.

When Ryan spots a young woman on the tube on his commute, he can’t take his eyes off her. Instantly attracted and intrigued, he’s keen to find out more about his mysterious fellow passenger.

Sylvie spends all day travelling the underground, unable to leave for reasons unbeknownst to Ryan. But Ryan hasn’t dated for nearly ten years, when he was at university and the love of his life tragically died.

For some inexplicable reason, he just can’t shake the feeling he wants to help Sylvie. In a world of missed opportunities and what-ifs, a connection has been made.

This is a story of love and loss from the author of The First Time Lauren Pailing Died, perfect for fans of Anna Hope’s Expectation, David Nicholls’s Sweet Sorrow and Kate Atkinson’s Life After Life.

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  • Ivana - Diary of Difference

    Wishlist | Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest I am extremely happy and excited to be part of the blog tour for Eleven Lines to Somewhere by Alyson Rudd. Thank you to the team at HQ - fo...

  • Haley Renee The Caffeinated Reader

    https://thecaffeinatedreader.com/2020...The aspect of the trains was unique though I had read something similar in a book called ‘The Seventh Train’ [I’d say more but that book isn’t the focus...

  • Rach

    I was so delighted to receive a review copy of this book, as I loved the author’s previous book. Sadly this one didn’t quite live up to it. A lovely story, but much less compelling and somewhat me...

  • Mairead Hearne (swirlandthread.com)

    Eleven Lines to Somewhere by Alyson Rudd was published July 23rd with HQ Stories. Described as ‘a literary love story set against the background of the London underground’ , it is a book that cree...

  • MrsCookesBooks

    First of all can we just take a moment to admire this cover - it is truly gorgeous, and the endpapers are equally a dream 🤤 I know you shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover but... COME ON!🚊 I...

  • Claire

    I found this book a little hard to get in to, I must admit. I found the writing didn't flow like I was expecting and thought the chapters jarring when switching between characters mid-chapter. I found...

  • Nicola Smith

    Eleven Lines to Somewhere had a premise that immediately intrigued me. I loved the idea of somebody (Ryan) seeing somebody (the girl he thinks of as Millie) on a tube train and being so instantly attr...

  • Hayley

    'Noone had ever sat him down and told him everything, beginning to end, the whole truth of it and he had never asked. He had never wanted to make his mother cry.'-I was very lucky to receive an ARC of...

  • Roxanne Butcher

    The cover and title of this book would definitely capture my attention in a bookshop and the premise had me immediately intrigued. When Ryan notices a young woman during his commute on the London Unde...

  • Clair Sharpe

    When Ryan spots a young woman on the tube he is instantly smitten. He starts trying to travel on the same tube hoping one day to make eye contact and maybe start a conversation, but travelling on the ...