Patrick McGuinness won the 2020 Encore Award with his novel Throw Me to the Wolves (Jonathan Cape). This is the 30th year of the Award, which is given to the best second novel of the year.
As a 2020 judge, author Nikita Lalwani commented ‘Throw Me to the Wolves is a novel that is saturated with small truths, tiny gems of knowing that linger and provoke long after putting the book down. A beautiful, haunting thriller.’
Nikita and RSL Director Molly Rosenberg will lead an interactive book club on Zoom. Participants are invited, but not required, to keep their video on and contribute to the discussion, and there will also be a moderator relaying comments from the Chat function.
We are grateful to Crickhowell-based independent bookshop Book-ish for supporting a book-and-ticket option, including UK postage. Throw Me to the Wolves is available in hardback, and the paperback will be published on 28 August.
- Free to attend, £16.50 including hardback and postage, £11.50 including pre-ordered paperback and postage (paperback books will be delivered from 28 August)
- £5 to attend, £20 including hardback and postage, £15 including pre-ordered paperback and postage (books will be delivered from 28 August).
Nikita Lalwani was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 2018. Her work has been translated into sixteen languages. Her third novel You People (Viking) was published in April 2020, and follows Tuli (the proprietor of an Italian restaurant) and his employee Shan who, having fled the Sri Lankan civil war, is desperate to find his family.
|Free Member ticket||£0.00|
|Ticket and book offer HARDBACK||£16.50|
|Ticket and book offer PAPERBACK||£11.50|