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The instant Sunday Times bestseller and BBC Between Two Covers Book Club pick

About the Author

Sarah Winman grew up in Essex and now lives in London. She attended the Weber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art and went on to act in theatre, film and television. Her first novel, When God Was a Rabbit was an international bestseller, her second A Year of Marvellous Ways was a Sunday Times bestseller and Tin Man was shortlisted for the Costa Novel award 2018.

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'The sheer joy in Sarah Winman's storytelling is completely infectious. I've loved spending time with this unforgettable cast of characters in extraordinary times and places' Graham Norton

'Glorious ... This luscious and clever book is at first glance simply a rollicking summer read ... It's a joy to witness several different thoroughly believable models of how lives can be resurrected and changed for the better' The Times

'Winman's pages teem with boisterous, exuberant life ... The novel has verve, charm and tremendous heart; its most poignant scenes, set during the 1966 flooding of Florence, recall the darkest hours of last year's pandemic' Sunday Times

'Exquisite ... There are not enough superlatives to contain the magnitude and beauty of this novel' Sunday Independent

'In Still Life, [Winman] emerges now as the great narrator of hope' Helen Cullen, Irish Times

'Teeming with unforgettable characters and oozing atmosphere, it's a joyous, summery ode to love, art and poetry' Hephzibah Anderson, Mail on Sunday

'A gorgeous, generous story of kind hearts and kindred spirits redefining the meaning of family and friendship ... [A] hopeful, happy, intensely humane novel' Daily Mirror

'Readers will want to prolong the pleasure of Sarah Winman's beautiful novel Still Life for as long as possible' Donal Ryan, author of From a Low and Quiet Sea

'Embodies the full generosity of the human spirit. [A] bear-hug of a book' Rachel Joyce, author of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry

'An utterly beautiful story, so generous, rich, deeply moving and filled with hope. Sarah Winman is one of the greatest storytellers of our time' Joanna Cannon, author of The Trouble with Goats and Sheep

'Moving, wise, poetic and funny, this book is pure sunshine and I just loved it' Daily Mail

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