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Miracle on Cherry Hill

by Sun-mi Hwang
£8.99   paperback  Little, Brown Book Group (Abacus) (2019)

Miracle on Cherry Hill by Sun-mi Hwang Celebrated bestselling author Sun-mi Hwang is back with a heartwarming new novel about renewal and friendship.
 
This is the story of a man named Kang Dae-su. His whole life is a miracle, rising from poverty to running a successful construction company. In his twilight years, Kang is diagnosed with a brain tumour. He returns to his childhood home of Cherry Hill. He acquires a crumbling old house in which to retreat from the world, yet the residents of the town have other plans. They seem hell-bent on intruding on Kang’s private property. But who does the house, and Cherry Hill, really belong to? Is it owned by the construction company who is trying to rejuvenate the neighbourhood? Or does it belong to the residents who have used the land to play, think, walk, love and explore for generations? And how is the bitter and despondent Kang’s childhood tied to this magical place?
 
Miracle on Cherry Hill is a redemptive story of a damaged man regaining his trust in humanity. It explores the fragility of nature and human lives and is a much-loved classic in South Korea.
Includes beautiful illustrations inside.

ISBN 13: 9780349143354 | ISBN 10: 0349143358

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