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Mathias Enard, born in 1972, studied Persian and Arabic and spent long periods in the Middle East. He has lived in Barcelona for about fifteen years, interrupted in 2013 by a writing residency in Berlin. He won several awards for ZONE, including the Prix du Livre Inter and the Prix Decembre, and won the Liste Goncourt/Le Choix de l'Orient, the Prix litteraire de la Porte Doree and the Prix du Roman-News for STREET OF THIEVES. He won the 2015 Prix Goncourt, the 2017 Leipziger Book Award for European Understanding, and was shortlisted for the 2017 Man Booker International Prize for COMPASS.
'The novel of the decade, if not of the century.' - Christophe Claro, translator of Thomas Pynchon 'Zone is a major and compelling work, a work that will keep you in its grip from its first utterance to its last.' - Brian Evenson, author of Last Days 'Mathias Enard has found a way to restore death to life and life to death, and so joins the first rank of novelists, the bringers of fire, who even as they can't go on, do.' - Garth Risk Hallberg, The Millions 'Like Flaubert and James Joyce, Enard seems to have found a model for his omnivorous novel in the Homeric epic, while Ezra Pound's ghost also haunts Zone. - Enard's erudite and ambitious novel is - a Flaubertian encyclopaedia of our times at the end of a violent century.' - Stephen Burn, New York Times