- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- Dialogue Books
- 126 x 193 x 22 mm
- 278 g
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One More Chance
A gripping page-turner set in a women's prison
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I loved this book. I loved the plot and the story arc. I loved Danni. * Net Galley User * A brilliant engrossing story and I can't wait to read more by Lucy Ayrton * Net Galley User * Just couldn't put it down * Net Galley User * A gritty, honest read. Really enjoyed it! * Net Galley User * The story was . . . refreshingly different from anything l have read before. Well worth reading. * Net Galley User * Fascinating. Enlightening. Sobering. * Oxford Times * A fantastic read. 5***** * Net Galley User * 'Hard to believe it's a debut! It's really accomplished and the main character was totally sympathetic with a refreshing and authentic voice that just carried me through the story. I couldn't put it down - that voice, honest and . . . utterly compelling.' * Jenny Blackhurst * A brilliant insight into the life of a prisoner told in such a clever and sympathetic way. . . that will have you gripped to the very end. * Net Galley User * Refreshing, heartbreaking and magical; the most powerful first-person narrative I have read in years. Every mother should read this. * Cath Weeks *
Bloggat om One More Chance
Lucy Ayrton is Communications Manager of a prisons charity, and much of ONE MORE CHANCE is informed by the people she has met and the time she has spent in prisons, especially on the Holloway Mother and Baby Unit. She has an MA in Creative Writing from Warwick University, and is a lively presence on the performance poetry scene. She wrote and performed two full-length spoken word shows at the Edinburgh Festival: Lullabies to Make Your Children Cry, recipient of the PBH Best Newcomer Award, and adapted into a pamphlet with Stewed Rhubarb Press. The Splitting of the Mermaid was a winner of the Ideastap Members Presents: Preview Season and was performed at Underbelly. She also blogs as Lucy In The Pub With Cider, about literature, feminism and baking. Lucy is lives in Oxford. This is her first novel, and was a finalist for the Exeter Novel Award.