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On a summer afternoon in 1955, teenagers Alexander, Tom and his sister Lennie discover the body of their friend Danny in the river on the Richmond estate - home of the aristocratic Alexander and his mother Lady Venetia. But did Danny jump or was he pushed? So begins a twisting...
— Heat Review, Sep 23 2020
“The most intense writing about the experiences and interior life of a girl on the cusp of adulthood that I have ever read.”
— The Financial Times, Sep 7 2020
Although Irish authors have won in the past, the International Dublin Literary Award doesn't simply pay lip service to the international dimension of the prize, and this year readers will be brought on a journey around the world, to countries including Canada, France, India,...
— RTE, Sep 5 2020
Marcello Lino, translator for Intrinseca, Brazil Neapolitan dialect plays an important role in your novels, and for many of the characters is probably the natural expressive means. It is seldom manifested explicitly, however, and is, rather, described or expressed through...
— The Guardian, Sep 3 2020
“An immersive, complex, almost claustrophobic coming of age novel about family, belonging, class and sexuality.”
— RED, Sep 1 2020
— The Atlantic, Sep 1 2020
"Ferrante is a superb analyst of the ways in which families, despite their best intentions, distort children’s lives or propel them in unwished-for directions."
— The Observer, Aug 30 2020
"It’s vintage Ferrante: adolescence as a scrum of self-abasement, confusion and disillusion.”