Books by Adam Foulds

DREAM SEQUENCE by Adam Foulds
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 11, 2019

"An incisive and disquieting look at the consequences of fame."
A London actor is pursued by an obsessed American fan. Read full book review >
IN THE WOLF'S MOUTH by Adam Foulds
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 3, 2014

"Foulds writes like no one else; while individual scenes are rendered with poetic simplicity, they fit together into an elliptical, complex plot readers will puzzle over long after finishing this novel."
The title of Foulds' latest (The Quickening Maze, 2010, etc.) refers to an Italian good-luck saying tinged with fear, a fitting reference to the interconnected fates of three World War II soldiers—one British and two Italian-American—after the liberation of Sicily. Read full book review >
THE QUICKENING MAZE by Adam Foulds
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 1, 2010

"Prose at its poetic best."
Foulds, who won England's 2008 Costa Poetry Prize for The Broken Word, has written a dreamy fictional account of the year and a half when young, not-yet-famous Alfred Tennyson lived in close proximity to the mental hospital near Sherwood Forest where his brother was incarcerated along with "peasant poet" John Clare. Read full book review >