Fidelity

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‘Fidelity thrilled me (I read it in one sitting), made me think, and moved me deeply. It manages to be as deep as any literature, and as irresistible as any gossip. It is a brilliant work by a brilliant writer’ Jonathan Safran Foer

Carlo and Margherita: a happily married couple in their mid-thirties, perfectly attuned to each other’s restlessness. They are in love, but they also harbour desires that stray beyond the confines of their bedroom: Carlo longs for the quiet beauty of one of his students, Sofia; Margherita fantasises about her physiotherapist, Andrea.

But it is love, with its unassuming power, which ultimately pulls them from the brink, aided by Margherita’s mother Anna – a wise, proud seamstress hiding her own disappointments.

But after eight years of repressed desires and the birth of a son, when the past resurfaces in the form of books sent anonymously, will love be enough to save them?

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‘A gripping novel exploring the tensions in an apparently idyllic marriage, where a couple is tested by their own accumulation of desires and disappointments’ Financial Times
‘A writer of pure excellence’ Emmanuel Carrère
‘Missiroli cuts right through to the darkness of our inner lives’ Roberto Saviano

Reviews

A writer of pure excellence.
Emmanuel Carrère
Missiroli cuts right through to the darkness of our inner lives.
Roberto Saviano
Powerful, delicate, exquisite.
Claudio Magris
Masterful: Missiroli's words are fire... The ending - chilling - is just as good as that of Joyce's The Dead.
Corriere della Sera
You'll feel like taking refuge in the pages of this book and never leaving its confines.
La Stampa
With all-encompassing writing, Marco Missiroli opens the rooms of his characters and the streets of Milan, the thoughts and the concealed desires, makes dialogue and silences reverberate with the spontaneity of great narrators.
Il Foglio
A gripping novel exploring the tensions in an apparently idyllic marriage, where a couple in their thirties is tested by their attraction to others, and by their own accumulation of desires and disappointments.
Financial Times
Fidelity thrilled me (I read it in one sitting), made me think, and moved me deeply. It manages to be as deep as any literature, and as irresistible as any gossip. It is a brilliant work by a brilliant writer.
Jonathan Safran Foer