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      Diana Evans

Wonder

From the author of the Women's Prize-shortlisted Ordinary People - this is a dazzling novel about the fight to achieve one's dream, and an unsolved disappearance at the heart of a family Les mer
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From the author of the Women's Prize-shortlisted Ordinary People - this is a dazzling novel about the fight to achieve one's dream, and an unsolved disappearance at the heart of a family
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Forlag: Vintage
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 320
ISBN: 9781529112535
Format: 20 x 13 cm
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«The most dazzling depiction of the world of dance since Ballet Shoes'»

, The Times

«Her prose is airbound at times - an exhilarating celebration of rhythm, sway and leap»

Daily Mail

«Darkens from an absorbing mystery into a touching reckoning... Most striking is the delicacy and power with which Evans depicts emotional disturbance»

The Guardian

«The story is complex, clever, seamlessly achieved, its many currents blending in harmony, sometimes in conflict, to recreate that sense of randomness and accident that resemble the truth of life in the chancy present...The author's passion burns on the page, along with an almost tactile relish of the act of writing itself»

, Scotsman

«A serious work of art with sentences like ribbons of silk winding around a skeleton of haunting imagery... Evans was born to write this novel»

Independent
Diana Evans was a dancer before becoming a journalist and author. She has contributed to the Independent, Marie Claire, the Guardian, the Observer, Harper's Bazaar, the Daily Telegraph and many other publications, and holds an MA in creative writing from the University of East Anglia. Her first novel, 26a, received a Betty Trask award, a nomination for the Guardian First Book Award and was shortlisted for the Whitbread First Novel of the Year Award. It was the inaugural winner of the Orange Award for New Writers and has been translated into twelve languages. She lives in London.