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Without Blood

Without Blood
by Alessandro Baricco

After her father and brother are brutally murdered, 4 year old Nina is left for dead in the family house. Highly visual and unforgettably sad, Without Blood is a haunting book about damage, longing, memory, and forgiveness. Ann Goldstein's superb translation captures Baricco's effortless prose style and gives people in Britain the opportunity to experience this gem of a novel that has already delighted hundreds of thousands of readers across Europe.


81 pages
Canongate Books, 2002
ISBN 1 84195 485 3


Product: Books

Category: Novels & Literature