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Winner of the International Booker Prize 2020
Intensely tactile, lyrical and raw, The Discomfort of Evening explores life in a restrictively religious home through the eyes of ten-year-old Jas, who has a unique sensitivity to the world around her. A literary sensation in their native Netherlands, Marieke Lucas Rijneveld's debut carries its heavy themes with confidence, in compelling and wildly beautiful prose.
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An elegant, irresistibly farcical comic mystery based around a library of rejected manuscripts, Foenkinos's playful satire is the perfect feelgood read. An ideal novel for bibliophiles everywhere, The Mystery of Henri Pick| abounds with Gallic wit and charm.
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