Now We Shall Be Entirely Free


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Europa Editions
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5.2 X 8.2 X 1.4 inches | 1.0 pounds

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About the Author

Andrew Miller is one of Britain's leading novelists. He has won the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, and shortlisted for the Booker Prize and the Whitbread Novel Award. His bestselling novel Pure, a Costa Book Award winner, has received widespread acclaim and was a best-seller for Europa in 2012. Now We Shall Be Entirely Free is his eighth novel.


Praise for Now We Shall Be Entirely Free

"Miller acutely imagines the war-scarred psychology of his characters...and uses the historical setting to great advantage."--New Yorker

"Mr. Miller strikes an impressive balance between adventure and atmosphere. "--The Wall Street Journal

"[Andrew Miller] is a very stylish, almost painterly writer."--The New York Times Book Review

"This book is expertly researched and captures the venues and feelings of the period exceptionally well."--Historical Novel Society

"Miller is in fine form here, mixing an unforgettable cat-and-mouse chase with a moving love story." --Kirkus Reviews

"There is only one Andrew Miller. Historical or otherwise, Now We Shall Be Entirely Free is fiction -- storytelling -- at its best." --Spectator

"Both a ripping yarn and a meditation on absence, this novel is a four-square adventure story that displays all the author's customary skill." --Guardian

"Andrew Miller is at the top of his game with Now We Shall Be Entirely Free... He has a way with words that delights, surprises and enthralls." --Sunday Express

More praise for Andrew Miller

"His writing is vivid, precise, and constantly surprising. It reads easily, suspends life until it is read and is a source of wonder and delight" --Hilary Mantel, Sunday Times

"Andrew another Hilary Mantel. Pure [is] elegantly written and intricately constructed, with an ending that, like those mirrors at Versailles, cleverly reflects the beginning." --The New York Times

"For the past two decades, Miller has been telling stories that fuse imagination and reality to illuminate the lives of his characters. In his new novel, he succeeds in creating an involving, suspenseful drama and a moving portrait of a man in search of redemption." --Times UK

"Pure is brilliance distilled." --Telegraph