Author(s): Georgina Harding
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A haunting love story set in the icy wilderness of an Arctic winter
Robinsoe Crusoe meets Miss Smilla's Feeling for Snow meets Life of Pi: a compelling story of one man's lone survival against the ravages of nature An elegaic and lyrical debut, this will get huge review coverage - and be a major prize contender A Bloomsbury lead title
'A bewitching ghost story, beautifully told. The Solitude of Thomas Cave is written with the clarity of poetry, and the simple weight of a parable. I loved this book.' Katie Hickman, author of Daughters of Brittania 'A masterful evocation of the far north.' Magnus Mills 'Many thanks for sending me Georgina Harding's THE SOLITUDE OF THOMAS CAVE. I read it almost at one sitting and thought it was an astonishing and risk-taking piece of imaginative writing. Her language is superb - evocative and poetic. She conjures up a mysterious and haunting world that lingers in the imagination. I'm sure it will find numerous admirers.' Charles Palliser
Georgina Harding is the author of two works of non-fiction: Tranquebar: A Season in South India and In Another Europe. This is her first novel. She lives in London and Colchester, Essex.