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- 178 g
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PRAISE FOR ANTHONY CARTWRIGHT: 'A writer with a wonderful ear ... and an unblinking sense of Britain as it is today. Anthony Cartwright's patient, attentive storytelling shines a glowing light on areas of our common experience that the English novel usually consigns to darkness.' JONATHAN COE; 'A bittersweet elegy to Britain's battered working classes.' METRO; 'Similar scope to Don DeLillo's Underworld and such ambition pays. This impressive novel succeeds in giving voice to a part of the country that is more frequently spoken about than listened to.' THE OBSERVER
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Born in Dudley in 1973, Anthony Cartwright is the author of four previous novels, publsihed by Serpent's Tail, most recently Iron Towns (2016), which was praised in both The Guardian ('Cartwright achieves something bold in Iron Towns: a fictional enactment of communal identity and shared culture...expert, restrained and skilful.') and The Daily Mail (A gritty, moving elegy for an abandoned, once-thriving section of society'). His first three novels were all shortlisted for various literary awards, and he has also published a collaborative novel with Gianluca Favetto, Il giorno perduto (The Lost Day), released in Italy in 2015.