Een roman over persoonlijke vrijheid en onderlinge compassie. Kate is haar covid-quarantaine zat en glipt haar huis uit, maar komt bij haar wandeling in de heuvels ten val en raakt ernstig gewond. Haar buurvrouw Alice had haar zien vertrekken en haar zoon Matt merkt ook al snel dat Kate weg is. Zij starten een reddingsoperatie in de bergen. Invoelend, lichtvoetig en met psychologische diepgang geschreven. Voor een breed tot literair lezerspubliek. Sarah Moss (Glasgow, 1975) is een Britse schrijver. Haar werk werd in meerdere landen uitgegeven.
About Sarah Moss
Sarah Moss (born 1975) is an English writer and academic. She has published six novels, as well as a number of non-fiction works and academic texts. Her work has been nominated three times for the Wellcome Book Prize. She was appointed Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at University College Dublin's School of English, Drama and Film in the Republic of Ireland with effect from September 2020.
Sarah Moss was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and at the age of two moved with her family to Manchester, where she lived until at the age of 18, when she went to study at the University of Oxford. During the ten years she spent in Oxford, she earned a BA, Master of Studies and D.Phil in English Literature, and then held a postdoctoral research fellowship. From 2004 to 2009 she was a lecturer at the University of Kent. Following the publication in 2009 of her first novel, Cold Earth, Moss went to teach for a year at the Un…Read more on Wikipedia