Nan A. Talese



The Children Act

McEwan presents a sensitive portrayal of a marriage that has reached its last chapter.

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Review of ‘The Children Act’

Displaying the economical style of his novels Amsterdam and On Chesil Beach, in his 13th novel best-selling author Ian McEwan upends the life of a respected judge with two crises—one personal, one professional—to create a penetrating character study.

Fiona Maye prides herself on being the kind of jurist who “brought reasonableness to hopeless…

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