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A compelling story of one man's lone survival against the ravages of nature reissued to coincide with the paperback publication of The Spy Game Robinson Crusoe meets Miss Smilla's Feeling for Snow meets Life of Pi Shortlisted for the Jelf Group First Novel Award 2007 and the Waverton Good Read Award 2008, The Solitude of Thomas Cave attracted fans across the book trade and in the press; in its new livery it should reach out to reading public waiting to discover it
Georgina Harding is the author of two works of non-fiction: Tranquebar: A Season in South India and In Another Europe. This is her first novel. She lives in London and Colchester, Essex.
'Harding's exquisite novel is a masterpiece of mood and location ... a profound meditation on survival, atonement and faith' Daily Telegraph 'Her descriptions of scenery are outstanding ... Thomas Cave's ordeal should hold readers fast in an icy grip' Independent 'Deeply affecting ... The tale of his isolation contains scenes of devastating pathos' New York Times 'Divine and mesmerising ... rouses the spirits of Defoe, Hawthorne and R. L. Stevenson' The Times