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Days Without End

Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Pub Date: 06/07/2017
ISBN: 9780571277049
Availability: In Stock
Quick overview WINNER COSTA BOOK OF THE YEAR 2016. Winner of the 2016 Costa Award for Best Novel Sebastian Barry returns with a sensational new novel set in mid-19th Century America
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After signing up for the US army in the 1950s, aged barely seventeen, Thomas McNulty and his brother-in-arms, John Cole, fight in the Indian Wars and the Civil War. Having both fled terrible hardships, their days are now vivid and filled with wonder, despite the horrors they both see and are complicit in. Then when a young Indian girl crosses their path, the possibility of lasting happiness seems within reach, if only they can survive.

Prizes: Winner of Costa Novel Award 2016. Winner Costa Book of the Year 2016.

Author Biography: Sebastian Barry was born in Dublin in 1955. His novels and plays have won the Costa Book of the Year award, the Kerry Group Irish Fiction Prize, the Irish Book Awards Novel of the Year, the Independent Booksellers Prize and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize. He also had two consecutive novels, A Long Long Way (2005) and the top ten bestseller The Secret Scripture (2008), shortlisted for the MAN Booker Prize. He lives in Wicklow with his wife and three children.

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