Good Girls shortlisted
Good Girls by Amanda Brookfield (1979, English) has been shortlisted in the fiction category of this year’s People’s Book Prize, a literary competition aimed at finding, supporting and promoting new and undiscovered works, decided exclusively by the public.
Good Girls tells the story of the Keating sisters through a childhood fraught with secrets, adolescent rivalries, and on into adulthood with all its complexities and misunderstandings. Until a terrible truth brings the sisters crashing together and finally Eleanor begins to uncover just how good Kat really was…
In 2018 Amanda re-joined College as our first ever Visitor in the Creative Arts; during her tenure she helped launch and run the “Univ’s Next Novelist” competition, which was won by Memoona Ahmed (2018, Experimental Psychology).
You can vote for Good Girls in the People’s Book Prize at peoplesbookprize.com
Published: 31 January 2020
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