Harvest – Jim Crace

HarvestREAD FOR BOOKERTHON

In a remote English village economic progress disrupts the pastoral idyll though locals are more concerned about the arrival of three strangers.

❖ “Stunning prose detailing the truth about the consumption of the modern world – there is much to ponder here. I appreciated this as a work of art but did find it lacked a level of excitement for me.” – Rachel

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Published 2013
Picador
288 pages

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