"Impressive... The extended conclusion is expertly done; the sense of loss it conjures, lasting" (Stephanie Cross Daily Mail)
"Caryl Phillips is an alpha-class writer, both as a phrase-maker and an observer of human nature" (Max Davidson Mail on Sunday)
"There is rich material here" (Jane Shilling Evening Standard)
"A good book... extremely well done" ( Guardian)
"A sharply observed slice of modern British life, cutting across race, class and generational divides to reveal the complexities we're constantly negotiating" ( Metro)
Caryl Phillips was born in St Kitts and now lives in London and New York. He has written for television, radio, theatre and cinema and is the author of twelve works of fiction and non-fiction. Crossing the River was shortlisted for the 1993 Booker Prize and Caryl Phillips has won the Martin Luther King Memorial Prize, a Guggenheim Fellowship and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize, as well as being named the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year 1992 and one of the Best of Young British Writers 1993. A Distant Shore won the Commonwealth Writers' Prize in 2004 and Dancing in the Dark was shortlisted in 2006.
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