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Now in paperback, this is an affecting novel set in a mythical English landscape, and was shortlisted for the 2013 Man Booker Prize. From the author of "Quarantine, Being Dead" and many other acclaimed novels, it's a dark and masterful tale of fear, murder, and sweeping change. 'An achievement worthy to stand alongside those of Crace's great fictional influence, William Golding.' "Sunday Times"
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ISBN-13: 9780330445672
ISBN-10: 0330445677
Pagini: 285
Dimensiuni: 130 x 195 x 22 mm
Greutate: 0.22 kg
Editura: Pan Macmillan
Colecția Picador

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Jim Crace is the prize-winning author of eleven books, including Continent (winner of the 1986 Whitbread First Novel Award and the Guardian Fiction Prize), Quarantine (winner of the 1998 Whitbread Novel of the Year and shortlisted for the Booker Prize) and Being Dead (winner of the 2001 National Book Critics Circle Award).


'Inimitably excellent, Jim Crace stands on his own ground among living English novelists' Boyd Tonkin, Independent 'Jim Crace is a magician ... no one else writes with such a strange, enchanted clarity' Evening Standard 'Extraordinary' Guardian 'As finely written as it is tautly structured ... an achievement worthy to stand alongside those of William Golding' Peter Kemp, Sunday Times 'Crace is a most meticulous and original novelist and this is one of his unquestionable masterpieces' Philip Hensher, Spectator 'Masterly, elegiac' Sunday Times Culture