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What are you reading this weekend? Try this excerpt from #HotStew , the new novel by Booker Prize finalist Fiona Mozley: Then buy the book imm @lithubdiately . You're going to want to. For real.

“A passionate take on the side effects of an unequal world in which the classes function on alarmingly separate, parallel planes.” - @ALA_Booklist  #HotStew  by extraordinary Booker Prize finalist Fiona Mozley, and you're sure to love it:

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"Mozley’s interest is in agency — specifically, how it cuts across class...A neat way into a lot of idiocy and hypocrisy in modern life." Read the @nytimesbooks  review of #HotStew , the new novel by Booker Prize finalist Fiona Mozley@FJMoz :

Vanity Fair calls Fiona Mozley's #HotStew  “bewitching” in the May issue’s “What Lies Beneath” column. Read more about this new novel from the Booker Prize finalist:

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Vanity Fair calls Fiona Mozley's #HotStew  “bewitching” in the May issue’s “What Lies Beneath” column. Read more about this new novel from the Booker Prize finalist:

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Mantel is the first woman to have won a Booker prize twice ⭐ Last year she was made a Companion of Literature (the highest award bestowed by the Royal Society of Literature) ⭐ In 2006 she was awarded a CBE ⭐ In 2014 she became a Dame

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"Mozley’s interest is in agency — specifically, how it cuts across class...A neat way into a lot of idiocy and hypocrisy in modern life." Read the @nytimesbooks  review of #HotStew , the new novel by Booker Prize finalist Fiona Mozley@FJMoz :

What are you reading this weekend? Try this excerpt from #HotStew , the new novel by Booker Prize finalist Fiona Mozley: Then buy the book immediately. You're going to want to. For real.

“Stunningly clever...Mozley’s vision of London, simultaneously ancient and deeply modern, is layered with mystery and packed with humanity – a deliciously spicy stew indeed" - @EW  on #HotStew  by Booker Prize finalist Fiona Mozley@FJMoz . Get your copy now:

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“When I first saw him, I knew this was the master for me.” What a line. Proud to be a part of the team to share Ramin Bahrani’s THE WHITE TIGER, based on the Booker Prize winning novel by Aravind Adiga. Roaring onto Netflix globally on January 22.

So proud to present the first look of THE WHITE TIGER - directed, written, and produced by Ramin Bahrani, based on The New York Times Bestseller and the 2008 Man Booker Prize-winning novel. (1/5)

The Zimbabwean writer Tsitsi Dangarembga, who was arrested and jailed for her courageous protest against the Zimbabwean regime on July 31, was today named as one of the six finalists for the Booker Prize.

Breaking: The Man Booker Prize went to Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo

Anna Burns has been named the winner of this year's Man Booker Prize for her novel Milkman - becoming the first author from Northern Ireland to win the prize #ManBooker2018 

"I’ve got 30 days to declare a change in circumstance and this is one hell of a change". The 2018 Man Booker prize winner Anna Burns discusses how she was forced to rely on benefits while writing her winning novel 'Milkman'.

Jamaican author Marlon James wins UK's Man Booker Prize for his novel A Brief History of Seven Killings

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