A.M. Homes in London for publication of May We Be Forgiven





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Published on Nov 9, 2012

In autumn 2012 A.M. Homes visited London to promote her acclaimed new novel, 'May We Be Forgiven'. Through the week of her visit she was followed by film producers 'The Film Atelier' - the resulting film is both a revealing insight into this new novel and an intimate portrait of Homes' wider career and creative approach.

Read the opening of 'May We Be Forgiven' online or download for your ereader here -- http://bit.ly/SDMkW4

"No one else is quite as dark and funny and elegant all at the same time. 'May We Be Forgiven' has the narrative intensity of Jonathan Franzen's 'The Corrections' and the emotional punch of Siri Hustvedt's 'What I Loved', all told through the eyes of Larry David. It's the best thing I've read this year." Observer

To read the full novel:
UK print edition from Amazon -- http://amzn.to/PvaXI0
UK Kindle edition -- http://amzn.to/TJNKx7
UK Kobo edition -- http://bit.ly/RjV8lX
Buy from Waterstones - http://bit.ly/POVO33
Buy from an independent bookstore - http://bit.ly/TAXolg

'LIKE' Granta Books on Facebook to find out more about A.M. Homes and other writers from the list - http://on.fb.me/Hu8Zz6

Find out more about 'The Film Atelier' - http://bit.ly/ROyORE


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