Eight Months On Ghazzah Street by Hilary Mantel

Eight Months On Ghazzah Street

byHilary Mantel

Paperback | September 30, 2003

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When Frances Shore moves to Saudi Arabia, she settles in a nondescript sublet, sure that common sense and an open mind will serve her well with her Muslim neighbors. But in the dim, airless flat, Frances spends lonely days writing in her diary, hearing the sounds of sobs through the pipes from the floor above, and seeing the flitting shadows of men on the stairwell. It's all in her imagination, she's told by her neighbors; the upstairs flat is empty, no one uses the roof. But Frances knows otherwise, and day by day, her sense of foreboding grows even as her sense of herself begins to disintegrate.

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Hilary Mantel is the bestselling author of many novels including Wolf Hall, which won the Man Booker Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award for fiction. Bring Up the Bodies, Book Two of the Thomas Cromwell Trilogy, was also awarded the Man Booker Prize and the Costa Book Award. She is also the author of A Change of Climate, ...
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Title:Eight Months On Ghazzah StreetFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.52 × 5.54 × 0.73 inPublished:September 30, 2003Publisher:Picador USALanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:031242289X

ISBN - 13:9780312422899

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[A] blend of dark and light, comedy and tragedy, heart-in-the-mouth narrative and slow-working analysis of the human condition.