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    Publisher: Canongate

    The Valley at the Centre of the World

    £8.99
    Set against the rugged west coast of Shetland, this is a novel about family and inheritance, rapid change and an age-old way of life. The exquisite debut novel from one of Scotland's most exciting new writers
    ISBN: 9781786892324
    AuthorMalachy Tallack
    Pub Date07/03/2019
    BindingPaperback
    Pages352
    Availability: In Stock

    Longlisted for the Ondaatje Prize
    Shortlisted for the Highland Book Prize

    Shetland: a place of sheep and soil, of harsh weather, close ties and an age-old way of life. A place where David has lived all his life, like his father and grandfather before him. A place that Alice has fled to after the death of her husband. A place where Sandy, a newcomer but already a crofter, may have finally found a home. But times do change, and the valley that they all call home must change with them, or be forgotten.

    The debut novel from one of our most exciting new literary voices, The Valley at the Centre of the World is a story about community and isolation, about what is passed down, and what is lost between the cracks.

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    Longlisted for the Ondaatje Prize
    Shortlisted for the Highland Book Prize

    Shetland: a place of sheep and soil, of harsh weather, close ties and an age-old way of life. A place where David has lived all his life, like his father and grandfather before him. A place that Alice has fled to after the death of her husband. A place where Sandy, a newcomer but already a crofter, may have finally found a home. But times do change, and the valley that they all call home must change with them, or be forgotten.

    The debut novel from one of our most exciting new literary voices, The Valley at the Centre of the World is a story about community and isolation, about what is passed down, and what is lost between the cracks.