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2020 Longlist

A Stolen Season

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ABOUT
THE BOOK

Two-times winner of the Miles Franklin Literary Award, Rodney Hall presents the story of three people experiencing a period of life they never thought possible, and, perhaps, should never have been granted at all.

Adam’s life has been ruined by war. A veteran of the Iraq conflict who has suffered such extensive bodily trauma that he can only really survive by means of a mechanical skeleton.

Marianna’s has been ruined by men. A woman who has had to flee the country after her husband lied to the wrong people.

John Philip’s by too much money. Until he receives a surprise inheritance in the evening of his own life.

ABOUT
THE AUTHOR Rodney
Hall

Rodney Hall left school at sixteen determined to become a writer. After National Service he walked around Europe and later enrolled at university to study Old English and the cultural history of India. He has won two Miles Franklin Awards, two gold medals from the Australian Literature Society and his novels have been translated into many languages.

Rodney Hall left school at sixteen determined to become a writer. After National Service he walked around Europe and later enrolled at university to study Old English and the cultural history of India. He has won two Miles Franklin Awards, two gold medals from the Australian Literature Society and his novels have been translated into many languages.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Country
Australia
Original Language
English
Author

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