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'Beautiful and bleak but with enough warmth and optimism to carry the reader through.' Graham Norton (on Twitter) 'A debut novel that reads like a masterpiece, Shuggie Bain gives voice to the kind of helpless, hopeless love that children can feel toward broken parents.' Washington Post '[Shuggie Bain] would be just about unbearable were it not for the author's astonishing capacity for love . . . The book leaves us gutted and marveling: Life may be short, but it takes forever.' New York Times 'A boy's heartbreaking love for his mother . . . as intense and excruciating to read as any novel I…mehr

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'Beautiful and bleak but with enough warmth and optimism to carry the reader through.' Graham Norton (on Twitter) 'A debut novel that reads like a masterpiece, Shuggie Bain gives voice to the kind of helpless, hopeless love that children can feel toward broken parents.' Washington Post '[Shuggie Bain] would be just about unbearable were it not for the author's astonishing capacity for love . . . The book leaves us gutted and marveling: Life may be short, but it takes forever.' New York Times 'A boy's heartbreaking love for his mother . . . as intense and excruciating to read as any novel I have ever held in my hand . . . brilliantly written.' Newsday 'A formidable story, lyrically told, about intimacy, family, and love.' ELLE (US)
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Pan Macmillan
  • Seitenzahl: 448
  • Erscheinungstermin: 6. August 2020
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 245mm x 164mm x 42mm
  • Gewicht: 673g
  • ISBN-13: 9781529019278
  • ISBN-10: 1529019273
  • Artikelnr.: 59908933
Autorenporträt
Douglas Stuart was born and raised in Glasgow. After graduating from the Royal College of Art, he moved to New York, where he began a career in fashion design. Shuggie Bain, his first novel, won the Booker Prize and the Sue Kaufman Prize of the American Academy of Arts and Letters and was shortlisted for the National Book Award for Fiction, the Kirkus Prize and the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize. His short stories have appeared in the New Yorker and his essay on Gender, Anxiety and Class was published by Lit Hub. He lives in New York.
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A heartbreaking novel, a book both beautiful and brutal . . . All that grief and sadness and misery has been turned into something tough, tender and beautifully sad. The Times