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Interview Magazine Jul 15
The Working-an-Industry-Week-in-Europe-Is-My-Vacation Trip: "Go, Went, Gone" by and Pour Homme by
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Jonathan Wakeham 16 Feb 11
Still discombobulated from 's shattering . And 's equally unsettling so far...
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Graham Taylor 11 Sep 17
on why her novel about refugees is long: "It had to be heavy as a brick - to be thrown through the windows of the wealthy."
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Dr Catherine Smale 7 Oct 15
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kristin shaw 14 Sep 15
Another gem from worth devouring.
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Terry Farish 3 Dec 17
"Must living in peace...inevitably result in refusing to share it with those who seek refuge, defending it instead so aggressively that it almost looks like war."
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Goethe-Institut GLA 27 Aug 15
Lovely day at today! Sold out event with was a treat.
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Sonja Griegoschewski Dec 21
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Mark Haber 18 Jan 17
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Dr. Defne Çizakça 5 Oct 16
So much beauty in just one paragraph. "Everything belongs to everyone among people who are fleeing."
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Wolfgang Ferchl 3 Mar 14
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Jason Donald 19 Aug 17
Sharing a book event tomorrow at 7pm with . Her new book is exceptional!
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Afsoon afsoonagain 19 Jul 17
Just finished my third book of the by A house as a country the country as a home afsoonart
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Sydney Writers' Festival May 2
"You can’t know a person by looking at their passport" –
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Kaytee Birch Sep 19
Another review! This time on Jenny Erpenbeck's "Gehen, Ging, Gegangen". Zoom zoom
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Eleanor Wachtel 4 Oct 15
This aft Germany's Her novels are extraordinary -for their depth and concision, grief and compassion.
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Foyles Bookshop 10 Aug 16
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Sharlene Kuruppuarac 18 Oct 17
Enjoyed the talk tonight with , and ! Both books should be adapted to movies!
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Kate Evans 10 Mar 18
Getting ready for next week’s on and more. Books and more books
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Dina Aloi Feb 20
Couldn’t put down, , by , long-listed for Booker Prize, it draws you into the current plight of refugees in , shows you how people can be so smart and know so little, and makes you want to open your mind and heart.
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