There are plenty of books that we publish at Little, Brown that get us talking amongst ourselves – and sometimes arguing, persuading, theorising and even shouting. Now and again though a book comes along that really sets the cat among the pigeons, and currently the book we’re getting excited about is Day for Night by Frederick Reiken.
Day for Night is about the degrees of separation between us that we ignore at our peril. It’s about secrets and time, and the hold of history on all of us. It’s a truly remarkable work that upsets everything you take for granted, and we're publishing it tomorrow (1 July).
To whet your appetite a little, we've chosen fragments of each interlinked story in Day for Night and followed them with a question to get you thinking. Have a read and share your comments.
We’ve had our discussion, now we want to know what you think, so post your comments below and the best ones win a free copy of the book.
We've also prepared a printable reading guide for you to download for your reading group.
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