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Here is the description from Amazon:

“Longlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2016 Timothy Buchannan buys an abandoned house on the edge of an isolated village on the coast, sight unseen. When he sees the state of it he questions the wisdom of his move, but starts to renovate the house for his wife, Lauren to join him there. When the villagers see smoke rising from the chimney of the neglected house they are disturbed and intrigued by the presence of the incomer, intrigue that begins to verge on obsession. And the longer Timothy stays, the more deeply he becomes entangled in the unsettling experience of life in the small village. Ethan, a fisherman, is particularly perturbed by Timothy’s arrival, but accedes to Timothy’s request to take him out to sea. They set out along the polluted coastline, hauling in weird fish from the contaminated sea, catches that are bought in whole and removed from the village. Timothy starts to ask questions about the previous resident of his house, Perran, questions to which he receives only oblique answers and increasing hostility. As Timothy forges on despite the villagers’ animosity and the code of silence around Perran, he starts to question what has brought him to this place and is forced to confront a painful truth. The Many is an unsettling tale that explores the impact of loss and the devastation that hits when the foundations on which we rely are swept away.”

Disclosure: I received a copy of The Many from Audible in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links.

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11 Responses to Mailbox Monday

  1. Katt Lewis says:

    I like book like “The Many”, something that intrigues me.

  2. Laura @ Library of Clean Reads says:

    The story plot is intriguing although I’m trying to figure out the book cover. I hope it’s a great read!

  3. bermudaonion (Kathy) says:

    That’s new to me but it sure does sound good. I hope you love it!

  4. Zoey says:

    Sounds like an interesting book to read!

  5. Sam Still Reading says:

    Wow, sounds interesting!

  6. Saundra McKenzie says:

    Very interesting. Looking forward to reading this.

  7. tiffany says:

    Sounds like an interesting read.

  8. Elizabeth (Silver's Reviews) says:

    I like stories set in small villages.

    Sounds good.

    ENJOY, and have a great reading week.

    Elizabeth
    Silver’s Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

  9. Mary says:

    New-to-me – hope you enjoy it!

  10. Chris Nelms Caldwell says:

    Sounds like a great read. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Buddy Garrett says:

    I would love to read it. It sounds very interesting.