We Need to Talk About Kevin - Paperback 2010 Edition
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|About the Author||Lionel Shriver is a novelist whose previous books include Orange Prize–winner We Need to Talk About Kevin, The Post-Birthday World, A Perfectly Good Family, Game Control, Double Fault, The Female of the Species, Checker and the Derailleurs, and Ordinary Decent Criminals. She is widely published as a journalist, writing features, columns, op-eds, and book reviews for the Guardian, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, the Economist, Marie Claire, and many other publications. She is frequently interviewed on television, radio, and in print media. She lives in London and Brooklyn, NY.|
|Author 1||Lionel Shriver|
|Edition Number||2010 Edition|
|Editorial Review||"'As a mother of two, reading Lionel Shriver's novel, We Need to Talk About Kevin was a comfort and a revelation, I'm not the only one who agonised over what the impact of having a child would be, felt invaded by pregnancy and was terrified at the awesome responsibility of becoming a mother and being held responsible for whatever adult I turn out. It's a profoundly important novel with universal appeal. It's beautifully written and a sometimes shocking, but always gripping read.' Jenni Murray; 'A thoughtful and deeply disquieting novel... beautifully conceived' The Onion"|