Sarah Moss: The Fell Sat 10 Sep, 4.30pm
The author of Ghost Wall and Summerwater, Sarah Moss has commanded recognition as one of Britain’s leading novelists. Her newest page-turner, The Fell, is a scalpel-sharp and darkly funny story for our times, asking probing questions about what the world has become since the pandemic struck and what it was before. Appearing live in person, Moss talks with Kate Evans about her suspenseful tale of mutual responsibility, personal freedom and the ways in which these past few years have exposed the fault lines of a fraught social contract.
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