Books by Sarah Hall

MADAME ZERO by Sarah Hall
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 4, 2017

"Hall finds the weirdness in everyday life and makes the strange feel quotidian."
Short fiction from the author of The Wolf Border (2015), shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. Read full book review >
THE WOLF BORDER by Sarah Hall
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 9, 2015

"A gifted writer, Hall offers a compelling, lyrical story rich in observation and symbolism."
Hall (The Beautiful Indifference, 2013, etc.) explores the emotional turmoil following a wildlife biologist's return home to Lowther Valley in England's Cumbria.Read full book review >
THE BEAUTIFUL INDIFFERENCE by Sarah Hall
Released: Jan. 29, 2013

"Visual and vibrant. Literary and lyrical."
Seven stories populate award-winning English novelist (How to Paint a Dead Man, 2009, etc.) Hall's first collection. Read full book review >
HOW TO PAINT A DEAD MAN by Sarah Hall
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 8, 2009

"Displaying a sure command of character as well as a poetic mastery of language, Hall is a talent to be reckoned with."
Artists and the art world dominate this novel of love and landscape. Read full book review >
DAUGHTERS OF THE NORTH by Sarah Hall
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 1, 2008

"British author Hall (The Electric Michelangelo, 2004, etc.) lacks restraint in her depiction of feminine strength."
Set in a darkly eerie future, this story examines how a band of women fight the elusive and powerful Authority that now controls Britain. Read full book review >
HAWESWATER by Sarah Hall
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 2006

"A portentous debut, but this winner of the Commonwealth Best First Novel Award is proof of a literary talent with more to come."
A doomed loved story played out against the planned destruction of an English rural community. Read full book review >
THE ELECTRIC MICHELANGELO by Sarah Hall
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 2005

"A lot of flash, and not much more."
Hall (Haweswater, 2003) earned a Booker nod with this picaresque tale of a tattoo artist. Read full book review >