“Sweet Fruit, Sour Land” Winner of the 2018 Not The Booker Award

    A sharp exploration of a dystopian London set in a chillingly plausible post-apocalyptic Britain, “Sweet Fruit, Sour Land” is about what it means to be human when civilization has been destroyed. Utterly absorbing and with prose to savour, this is a novel that will stay with me.”

    “Sweet Fruit, Sour Land” (Sandstone) by Rebecca Ley is the winner of The Guardian’s 2018 Not The Booker Prize.

    This year’s judges were Cath Barton, Graham Fulcher, and Ellie Heyworth.

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