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David Mitchell

It is a source of intense pride that we can claim David Mitchell as genuinely one of our own. A sometime bookseller at our shop in Canterbury, Mitchell arrived in fully-formed brilliance with 1999’s Ghostwritten, his audacious, pan-story, pan-global novel that for some still remains the high-water mark of literary fiction. His subsequent works often exploited similar parallel narrative and philosophical exploration, notably 2004’s Cloud Atlas, which like 2001’s number9dream was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. Black Swan Green, published in 2004, remains Mitchell’s most overtly autobiographical work, focusing on the Midlands of the author’s adolescence. In 2013, David Mitchell steered away from fiction, translating with his wife Keiko Yoshida The Reason I Jump, Naoki Hagashida’s ground-breaking autobiography as an autistic teenager. 

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Celebrate one of the defining novels of the twenty-first century so far with this stunning hardback edition of David Mitchell's shapeshifting masterpiece, boasting an introduction from Gabrielle Zevin and a new afterword by the author himself.
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Books by David Mitchell

Cloud Atlas
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Ghostwritten
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number9dream
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Cloud Atlas
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Black Swan Green
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The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet
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The Bone Clocks
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Slade House
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Utopia Avenue
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Utopia Avenue
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Books Translated by David Mitchell


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