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Islands Of Silence

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – July 2003
A new novel from the Booker shortlisted author of The Industry of the Souls, Islands of Silence tells the harrowing story of a man who has lived in silence and isolation for more than 50 years. Already released in the US to rave reviews. It is impossible not to be moved' - Washington Post '...well-orchestrated sense of mystery that pulls us into the story and continually keeps us off balance' - Newsday'
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ISBN-13: 9781899235797
ISBN-10: 1899235795
Pagini: 256
Dimensiuni: 152 x 214 x 22 mm
Greutate: 0.36 kg
Editura: Dewi Lewis Publishing
Colecția Dewi Lewis Publishing
Locul publicării: Stockport, United Kingdom

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Praise for Martin Booth's" Industry of Souls
"As we accompany Bayliss on a tour through his present and past, this meditative, unadorned novel, short-listed for the Booker Prize in 1998, raises questions about home, freedom, and the meaning of a life that resonate long after the final page is turned." --"The New York Times Book Review
"This is often lyrical and nimble, and accomplishes the not insignificant task of entertaining and enlightening by means of literary narrative."--"The Boston Book Review
"This fabric of contrasts is astonishing, as accomplished as anything in recent fiction. . . . Booth has created a world in which the best and the worst of life not only exist side by side but are inextricably linked--a world perhaps not unlike our own."--"The Seattle Times
""The Industry of Souls surpasses other novels that rest in depicting the many horrors of gulag life." --"Atlanta Journal-Constitution