The Divers' Game

Jesse Ball (Author) Cassandra Campbell (Read by)
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Product Details

Price
$39.99
Publisher
HarperCollins
Publish Date
September 10, 2019
Dimensions
5.3 X 0.6 X 6.7 inches | 0.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
MP3 CD
EAN/UPC
9781982687878
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About the Author

Jesse Ball was born in New York. He is the author of fifteen books, most recently the novel Census. His works have been published to acclaim in many parts of the world and translated into more than a dozen languages. He is on the faculty at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, is a winner of the Paris Review's Plimpton Prize and the Gordon Burn Prize, and was long-listed for the National Book Award. He was named one of Granta's Best Young American Novelists, and has been a fellow of the NEA, Creative Capital, and the Guggenheim Foundation.

Original bio sent from Cassandra:

Cassandra Campbell began doing voice overs as the voice for Calvin Klein's Italian commercials. This was followed by commercial and documentary recording in both English and Italian. She has recorded many audiobooks and has received several AudioFile Earphones Awards as well as an Audie(R) Award nomination. As an actress and director, she has worked at the Public, the Mint, the Berkshire Theatre Festival, Stagewest, Theatreworks, the Baltimore Shakespeare Festival, Millmountain Theatre, the National Shakespeare Company, and the New York Fringe Festival.

Sophie Amoss is a voice talent and Earphones Award-winning narrator.

Reviews

"In his atmospheric, occasionally mesmerizing tale of haves and have-nots...the novel's depiction of life in this dystopian world is eerie and suffused with symbolic weight."

-- "Publishers Weekly"

"Radical...If they don't teach Ball's work in college by now, they should...Readers who appreciate Ball's keen, melancholic, and often sadly satirical view of human society will likely appreciate this timely assessment of where division might take us and how it affects the generations that come after us."

-- "Kirkus Reviews"