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The Tearsmith

Erin Doom

The bestselling international sensation, coming soon to Netflix, now in English for the first time--a dark, sexy, haunting novel of two very damaged teens who are taken in by the same family and forced to reckon with a destructive love that could be the undoing of them both

Growing up in a ghastly orphanage run by an abusive matron, Nica coped in the only way she could--by retreating to her imagination, where she lived out fantastical stories, especially about the Tearsmith, the man who makes tears, a terrifying figure who forges all the fears that dwell in people's hearts.

When she's finally taken in by an adoptive family at seventeen, Nica thinks she's leaving the group home, its torments, and her prison of otherworldly tales behind her. That is, until Rigel--a young man raised from birth in the same dreadful orphanage--joins her new family.

Rigel is as mesmerizingly handsome as he is troubled, and he and Nica have a long history of distrust and hostility. But as they come to live together again under one roof, the deep shared trauma of surviving such vicious circumstances sparks something magical, and Nica begins to fall for Rigel's forbidden love.

Before any relationship can become reality, though, they'll have to face the darkness of their past . . . and the dangerous stakes of pursuing a future together

Book Details

  • Publisher: Dell
  • Publish Date: Feb 6th, 2024
  • Pages: 576
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.00in - 5.20in - 1.40in - 0.90lb
  • EAN: 9780593874387
  • Categories: Romance - New AdultWomen

About the Author

Erin Doom is an pseudonymous author whose debut novel Fabbricante di lacrime (The Tearsmith) was a #1 Italian bestseller, selling over over half a million copies. It has been translated into twenty-six languages. Her second and third novels, Nel modo in cui cade la neve (The Way the Snow Falls) and Stigma, are also bestsellers. Doom studied law and currently resides in Italy.
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