An Evening with Sarah Moss
Thursday 20th September 18:30 at London - Gower Street
Sarah Moss is the acclaimed author of five novels including Night Waking, Signs for Lost Children and The Tidal Zone, as well as a memoir about living in Iceland. Join her on September 20thas she speaks to literary critic Lucy Scholes about her new novel Ghost Wall, a gripping story about the intoxication of power, cults and groupthink, about feminism and domestic violence, about clever teenagers, and Northern Britain in the 90s.
'This book ratcheted the breath out of me so skilfully, that as soon as I'd finished, the only thing I wanted was to read it again' Jessie Burton
More about Ghost Wall
Teenage Silvie is living in a remote Northumberland camp as an exercise in experimental archaeology. Her father is an abusive man, obsessed with recreating the discomfort, brutality and harshness of Iron Age life. Behind and ahead of Silvie's narrative is the story of a bog girl, a sacrifice, a woman killed by those closest to her, and as the hot summer builds to a terrifying climax, Silvie and the Bog girl are in ever more terrifying proximity.
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