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Ali Smith

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  • Summer

  • The unmissable finale to Ali Smith's dazzling literary tour de force: the Seasonal quartet concludes in 2020 with Summer

    PRAISE FOR SEASONAL:

    'The novel of the year is obviously Autumn' Observer on Autumn

    'Masterful... Winter is utterly original' New York Times Book Review on Winter

    'Luminous, generous, hope-filled... A dazzling hymn to hope. Ali Smith is lighting us a path out of the nightmarish now' Observer on Spring

    'Smith's seasonal quartet of novels is a bold and brilliant experiment' Independent

RELEASED 02/07/2020

Ali Smith was born in Inverness in 1962. She is the author of many novels, including most recently Autumn, Winter and Spring in the 'Seasonal' quartet. Her 2014 novel How to be both won the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction, the Goldsmiths Prize and the Costa Novel of the Year Award. She has also been shortlisted once for the Orwell Prize, twice for the Orange Prize and four times for the Man Booker Prize, among many other prizes. Ali Smith lives in Cambridge.