"I don't get nearly enough credit in life for the things I manage not to say."

Meg Rosoff is an award-winning novelist, best known for her novel How I Live Now which won the Guardian Prize for Fiction. In 2013 it was made into a film starring Saoirse Ronan and Tom Holland. Since this, she has won the Carnegie Medal for Just in Case and in 2016 she was awarded the Astrid Lindgren memorial award (the largest global prize in children's literature) for her entire body of work.

Most recently, Meg has written her first adult novel Jonathan Unleashed - a comedy about a young man in New York whose dogs take over his life. Her newest book, The Great Godden, will be published by Bloomsbury and is due to be released in the UK in July 2020.

"Like Samuel Beckett on ecstasy" - The Times

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