For our next meeting in Easter Term we will be reading The End We Start From, the powerful debut novel by Megan Hunter (Picador, 2017). Hunter’s novel has been described by The Guardian as ‘an effective, unusual and ambitious debut, which keeps the reader pinned to the page’, and by Grove Atlantic as ‘a slim, poetic leap into the chaotic near-future’.
The meeting will take place during Easter term, at a time and place still to be confirmed. Meanwhile, here is a Q&A in which the author discusses her novel.
Megan Hunter will also be appearing at Cambridge Science Festival in the *unmissable* free event Writing the Anthropocene: Megan Hunter in Conversation (Jesus College, 14/03/19).
Past Bookgroup Meetings:
- Lent (20/02/19): Sealed, Naomi Booth (Dead Ink Press, 2017)
- Michaelmas (28/11/18): Annihilation, Jeff VanderMeer (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2014)