The Tidal Zone by Sarah Moss

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With this expertly crafted examination of the shocks to which flesh is heir, and the institution that we expect to heal us, she deserves to come to the attention of many more judging panels – and readers.
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Tidal Zone
 

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Published January 1, 2016 by Granta Books.
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Toby Lichtig on Aug 19 2016

There is a darker side to The Tidal Zone, a backdrop of social and political doom for which Miriam’s brush with death provides a pervasive, and persuasive, tonal register.

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Reviewed by STEPHANIE CROSS on Jul 31 2016

With this expertly crafted examination of the shocks to which flesh is heir, and the institution that we expect to heal us, she deserves to come to the attention of many more judging panels – and readers.

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Reviewed by Penelope Lively on Jul 09 2016

Moss’s first novel, Cold Earth, remains my own firm favourite, a brilliant suspense narrative with a hint of the supernatural, but The Tidal Zone is an interesting new departure.

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