Books by Jeremy Page

THE COLLECTOR OF LOST THINGS by Jeremy Page
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Dec. 15, 2013

"Page shapes a fascinating historical narrative and has moving insights into our sometimes-dubious relationship to the natural world."
Eliot Saxby, the collector of the title and narrator of the book, heads for the Arctic in search of the elusive—and perhaps extinct—great auk. Read full book review >
SEA CHANGE by Jeremy Page
Released: Dec. 6, 2010

"In this impressive novel, Page is at home on the estuaries around the North Sea, on a journey across America and in the lonely spaces in family relationships."
A lyrical and elegiac novel about a real past and an imagined future. Read full book review >
SALT by Jeremy Page
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 23, 2007

"Ultimately, Pip realizes that Goose has exerted the strongest influence in his life, a matriarch who 'battl[es] the clouds,' preserves family stories and never gives in to 'the temptation to give up.'"
A slowly paced debut novel in which the sights, smells and lore of the landscape of Norfolk, England, play at least as great a role as the characters who inhabit it. Read full book review >