BOOK LAUNCH & TALK | ‘Invisibles’ by Ed Siegle : 5th April

Canning House is delighted to host a book launch with Ed Siegle in which he will give a talk on his new novel ‘Invisibles’.
Invisibles spans two cities by the sea and four decades of music, torture and romance. From the streets of Brighton to the bars of Rio, Ed Siegle weaves the rhythms of Brazil and the troubles of his characters into an absorbing story of identity, love and loss. At once familiar and foreign, this sweet, sad and compulsively readable first novel throngs with visceral memory and unbreakable ordinary heroes.

‘Ed Siegle’s moving and dynamic tale of loss and discovery is a meditation on being seen, and being unseen. Full of surprises, crackling with energy, and with characters bristling with life, Invisibles pulled me along from the first page and didn’t set medown until the last.’- KATHRYN HEYMAN

Ed Siegle won the Royal Society of Literature’s V.S.Pritchett Memorial Prize for his short story ‘Nine Lives, One Life’.

For more information please email us to events@canninghouse.org

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