Barry's Days Without End follow-up goes to Faber

Barry's Days Without End follow-up goes to Faber

Laureate for Irish Fiction Sebastian Barry has written a follow-up to his Costa-winning Days Without End, dubbed "brave and beautiful" by publisher Faber.

Angus Cargill, editorial director at Faber, acquired UK and Commonwealth rights excluding Canada to A Thousand Moons from agent Derek Johns, who has since retired. The title is slated for publication in March 2020.

The follow-up to 2016’s Days Without End (Faber) follows Winona, a young Lakota orphan adopted by former soldiers Thomas McNulty and John Cole - all characters which first featured in the original book. Days Without End follo...

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