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Andrew Miller

The Crossing

Andrew Miller

The Crossing

2017, pp. 320, Paperback
ISBN: 9781609453473
Region: Britain
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The book

Andrew Miller's The Crossing is a fascinating modern tale of a brave and uncompromising woman's attempt to seize control of her life and fate.

Who else has entered Tim's life the way Maud did? This girl who fell past him, lay seemingly dead on the ground, then stood and walked. That was where it all began. He wants her—wants to rescue her, to reach her. Yet there is nothing to suggest Maud has any need of him, that she is not already complete. A woman with a talent for survival, who works long hours and loves to sail—preferably on her own.

When Maud finds her unfulfilling marriage tested to the breaking point by unspeakbale tragedy, she attempts an escape from her husband and the hypocrisies of society. In her quest she will encounter the impossible and push her mind and body to their limit.

A wise and thrilling portrait of an irreducible heroine who asks no permission and begs no pardon, the book will resonate with sophisticated female readers, of whom there are many. Those who read and adored the Ferrante stories will find in The Crossing a truth that's absent from most contemporary literature.

The author

Andrew Miller
Andrew Miller is one of Britain’s premier authors. His novel Pure won both the Costa Novel of the Year and Book of the Year Awards, and was listed by The Guardian as one of the ten greatest historical novels, alongside such masterpieces as War and Peace and Wolf Hall. His first novel, Ingenious Pain, won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Fiction, and his third novel, Oxygen was a finalist for the Whitbread Award and shortlisted for the Booker Prize. He lives in Somerset, England.

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