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The acclaimed British novelist and short story master who "recruits admires with each book" (Hilary Mantel) discusses her latest novel with fellow author Colm Tóibín (House of Names). Ingeniously moving between past and present, Late in the Day exposes how infinite alternate configurations lie beneath the seemingly dependable arrangements we make for our lives. With a reading by Rita Wolf (An Ordinary Muslim).

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What listeners say about Thalia Book Club: Tessa Hadley, Late in The Day

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  • Bruce M Howard
  • 24-01-21

Sounds as if UNDERWATER

I finished Late in the Day, Tessa Hadley's novel. Loved it. Looked forward to Colm Toiben discussing the novel at Symphony Space. It's a DISASTER. Sounds as if they are underwater! Wish there was a subtitle or Transcription option, as I really wanted to hear what they said. Audible, presenting audio is your specialty? Really, you should be embarrassed by this terrible offering
Kate M