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The Children Act

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216 pages
English
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Fiona Maye is a High Court judge presiding over cases in family court. Struggling with her own family situation, she throws herself into a particularly complicated case involving a 17-year-old boy whose parents will not permit a lifesaving blood transfusion due to their religious beliefs. Compelling and controversial, this is an incredible new novel from the award-winning author of ATONEMENT.
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Cover TextFiona Maye is a High Court judge presiding over cases in family court. Struggling with her own family situation, she throws herself into a particularly complicated case involving a 17-year-old boy whose parents will not permit a lifesaving blood transfusion due to their religious beliefs. Compelling and controversial, this is an incredible new novel from the award-winning author of ATONEMENT.
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ISBN/GTIN978-0-09-959964-7
Product TypePaperback
BindingPaperback
Publishing year2015
Publishing date21/04/2015
Pages216 pages
LanguageEnglish
Article no.6907950
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Ian McEwan is the critically acclaimed author of seventeen books. His first published work, a collection of short stories, First Love, Last Rites, won the Somerset Maugham Award. His novels include The Child in Time, which won the 1987 Whitbread Novel of the Year Award; The Cement Garden; Enduring Love; Amsterdam, which won the 1998 Booker Prize; Atonement; Saturday; On Chesil Beach; Solar; Sweet Tooth; The Children Act; and Nutshell, which was a Number One bestseller. Atonement and Enduring Love have both been turned into award-winning films, The Children Act and On Chesil Beach are in production and set for release this year, and filming is currently underway for a BBC TV adaptation of The Child in Time.
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