Rupert Winchester

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This is a short, dark and depressing novel. It is also quite, quite brilliant. It was the winner, deservedly so, of the 2016 Man Booker International Prize for an author of any nationality for work published in English.

Originally written as three novellas, the interlinked stories are quite stylistically distinct, and each is eerily compelling in its own way.

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