December 5, 2023


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The most awaited fiction of 2015

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The Narrow Road To The Deep North coverBy virtually all accounts, 2014 was a big year for fiction: new novels by Sarah Waters, Ian McEwan, Martin Amis, Colm Toibin, Howard Jacobson and Ali Smith, with the final two appearing on the Man Booker shortlist; at the end, the prize was won by Tasmanian writer Richard Flanagan in the year that finally allowed American writers into the competition.

There were short-story collections by Hilary Mantel and Rose Tremain, and enormously successful debut novels in the shape of Jessie Burton’s bestselling “The Miniaturist” and Neel Mukherjee’s “The Lives of Others”, which also found favour with the Booker judges.

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