Ross Raisin discusses his fourth novel ‘A Hunger’
Ross Raisin’s fourth novel A Hunger is a moving and intimate exploration of marriage, devotion and sacrifice, and a woman’s enduring search for freedom. Shortlisted for over ten literary awards, he won the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year award in 2009, and in 2013 was named on Granta’s once-a-decade Best of Young British Novelists list. In 2018 he was awarded a Fellowship by the RSL. Ross will be in conversation discussing his new book, which the Guardian described as “A superb portrait of care and sacrifice”.
From the prizewinning author of God’s Own Country and A Natural comes a moving and intimate exploration of marriage, devotion and sacrifice, and a woman’s enduring search for freedom.
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