Out of Shadows - Paperback
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|About the Author||Jason Wallace is a descendent of one of the first International English cricketers, and of the world-renowned Victorian circus owner "Lord" George Sanger. His family tree also crosses with that of J.R.R. Tolkien. He was born in Cheltenham in 1969, then emigrated to Zimbabwe with his family in 1983. It was his experiences during the aftermath of the war there that forms the foundation of his first novel, Out of Shadows.|
|Author 1||Jason Wallace|
|Editor 1||Christopher Tolkien|
|Editorial Review||"A stunning debut novel without a false note. Accomplished and powerful, it changes the way you think." Costa Book Award "(Jason Wallace's) bleak, ferocious debut is a powerful, devastating read for older teens." -- Patrick Ness Guardian "(Out of Shadows is) a provocative story, powerfully written. Some may find the themes difficult, the climax shocking, but Wallace has produced a first novel where all the heat and intensity of an African nation in flux burns on every page. He's a definitely a writer to watch in the future." -- Keith Gray The Scotsman "Classic crossover fiction...(Wallace's) unblinking portrait of true evil raises it above the norm... It's something that schools should study and readers read. Bravo! " -- Amanda Craig The Times "In its portrayal of race relations in a wounded country as well as of the ugly power dynamics of a community of adolescent boys, this novel excels, bringing readers up to the grim, uncertain present with mastery." Kirkus, Starred Review "An extraordinary coming-of-age novel ... a startlingly original debut ... Charting the change from childhood to adulthood against growing political discord gives the novel a sense of urgency, and the book's intensity, drama and pace leaves a lasting impact." -- Jake Hope Bookseller's choice, The Bookseller|
|Number of Pages||320|