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Claire Fuller


Claire Fuller

Claire Fuller is the author of OUR ENDLESS NUMBERED DAYS, which won the Desmond Elliott Prize; SWIMMING LESSONS; BITTER ORANGE; UNSETTLED GROUND, which won the Costa Novel Award and was a finalist for the Women’s Prize for Fiction; and THE MEMORY OF ANIMALS. She has an MA in Creative and Critical Writing from the University of Winchester and lives in Hampshire with her husband.

Claire Fuller

Books by Claire Fuller

by Claire Fuller - Dystopian, Fiction

In the face of a pandemic, an unprepared world scrambles to escape the mysterious disease causing sensory damage, nerve loss and, in most cases, death. Neffy, a disgraced and desperately indebted 27-year-old marine biologist, registers for an experimental vaccine trial in London --- perhaps humanity’s last hope for a cure. Though isolated from the chaos outside, she and the other volunteers cannot hide from the mistakes that led them there. As London descends into chaos outside the hospital windows, Neffy befriends Leon, who before the pandemic had been working on a controversial technology that allows users to revisit their memories. The lines between past, present and future begin to blur. Who can Neffy trust? Why can’t she forgive herself? How should she live, if she survives?

by Claire Fuller - Fiction

At 51 years old, twins Jeanie and Julius still live with their mother, Dot, in rural isolation in the English countryside. The cottage they have shared their entire lives is their only protection against the modernizing world around them. Inside its walls, they make music, and in its garden, they grow everything they need to survive. To an outsider, it looks like poverty; to them, it is home. But when Dot dies unexpectedly, the world they’ve so carefully created begins to fall apart. The cottage they love, and the security it offered, is taken back by their landlord, exposing the twins to harsh truths and even harsher realities.