O'Hagan sells secret to Faber

O'Hagan sells secret to Faber

Faber has acquired The Secret Life by Andrew O’Hagan, a “significant and timely” work of non-fiction.

Creative director Lee Brackstone acquired UK and Commonwealth rights from Peter Straus at Rogers, Coleridge & White.

The book looks at three “elusive” individuals: Julian Assange, editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks; satoshi nakamoto, the programmer who created virtual currency Bitcoin; and Ronald Pinn, a fake identity created by O’Hagan to explore the “furthest, darkest reaches” of the internet.