The Right Hand of Sleep by John Wray

The Right Hand of Sleep

John Wray

336 pages first pub 2001 (editions)

fiction historical literary dark slow-paced


This extraordinary debut novel from Whiting Writers' Award winner John Wray is a poetic portrait of a life redeemed at one of the darkest moments in world history. Twenty years after deserting the army in the first world war, Oskar Voxlauer return...

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