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Boy A: Movie Tie-in Edition

By Jonathan Trigell

“A shocker of a primary novel . . . advised with striking restraint.”—The ny Times

“[Jonathan] Trigell masterfully builds sympathy for Jack.”—Entertainment Weekly

“A modern day immorality story in regards to the tried rehabilitation of a kid implicated in homicide . . . brought with a bad experience of foreboding.”—Arena

“A high quality and relocating debut novel . . . compulsively readable . . . an extraordinary treat.”—The Independent

A is for Apple. a foul apple.

Jack has spent such a lot of his lifestyles in juvenile associations; he’s approximately to be published with a brand new identify, a brand new activity, and a brand new existence. At twenty-four, he's totally blameless of the area, but accountable of a titanic adolescence crime.

To his new neighbors, he's an outstanding man with occasional fl ashes of unexplained violence. To his female friend, he's surprisingly blameless and unreachable. To his case employee, he’s a sufferer of the procedure and of media-driven hysteria.

And to himself, Jack is on everlasting trial: He struggles to begin from scratch, overlook the earlier, turn into an individual else.

A searing and heartfelt novel, Boy A gained the Waverton Award for top first novel of 2004; the distinguished John Llewellyn Rhys Prize, for top booklet within the commonwealth through an writer below 35; and the realm ebook Day Prize 2008 for the main dialogue useful novel by way of a dwelling writer.

Boy A is now a Cuba Pictures/Channel four movie starring Andrew Garfield and Peter Mullan. it really is directed via John Crowley, produced by way of Lynn Horsford, and tailored for the reveal through Mark O’Rowe. the united states theatrical unlock is out now from The Weinstein Company.

Jonathan Trigell used to be born in Welwyn, England, in 1974. He has labored as a television additional, an outside ambitions teacher, and a ski rep. He lives in Chamonix, France.

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