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Carpenter's Pencil - Manuel Rivas

Carpenter's Pencil

'A beautiful novel, full of humanity and tenderness' Arturo Perez-Reverte Les mer
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'A beautiful novel, full of humanity and tenderness' Arturo Perez-Reverte

«A startling novel. I have rarely read a piece of writing so poetic»

Daily Telegraph

«He is an important storyteller because he is sensitive and he has an incredible ear, which, in his fiction, is allied to great ingenuity»

«I learnt more about the Spanish Civil War from The Carpenter's Pencil...than from any history book I've read»

Manuel Rivas was born in A Coruna in 1957. He writes in the Galician language of north-west Spain. He is well known in Spain for his journalism, as well as for his prize-winning short stories and novels, which include the internationally acclaimed The Carpenter's Pencil and Books Burn Badly. His most recent novel, All is Silence, will be published in English in 2013. His works have been translated into twenty languages.