Set against the terrifying fall of Kabul in 2021, Deborah Rodriguez concludes her bestselling Little Coffee Shop trilogy with a heart-stopping story of resilience, courage and, most importantly, hope. The new and final novel in the bestselling Little Coffee Shop series.
KABUL, AUGUST 2021 Sunny Tedder is back in her beloved coffee shop. After eight years away, she's thrilled to reunite with her Kabul 'family'. Yazmina now runs a pair of women's shelters from the old cafe, and dreams of a bright future for her two young daughters. Her sister Layla has become an outspoken women's rights activist and, thanks to social media, is quite the celebrity. Kat, Sunny's friend from America, is wrapping up her year-long stay in the land of her birth, but is facing some unfinished business. And finally there's elderly den mother Halajan, whose secret new hobby is itself an act of rebellion. Then the US troops begin to withdraw - and the women watch in horror as the Taliban advance on the capital at ferocious speed...
Praise for the Little Coffee Shop series-
'A brilliant story of strength and appreciation of difference that, surprisingly, restores belief in humanity.' Daily Telegraph
'An eye-opening and uplifting tale about sisterhood and survival.' Grazia
'A heart-warming tale that's utterly irresistible.' Madison
'If you loved The Kite Runner you'll love The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul.' Look Magazine
'Perfect summer reading.' Herald Sun
Fiction: general and literary
H: 234mm W: 154mm Spine: 25mm
Weight: 420 grams