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<b>Susan Choi</b> is the author of five novels and was named the inaugural recipient ... Read More

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<b>Susan Choi</b> is the author of five novels and was named the inaugural recipient of the PEN/W.G. Sebald Award in 2010. She is a recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Guggenheim Foundation. She is the winner of the 2021 Sunday Times Short Story Prize. She teaches at Yale and lives with her family in Brooklyn.<p><b>WINNER OF THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARD</b><br><b>ONE OF BARACK OBAMA'S BOOKS OF THE YEAR</b><br><br>Both inventive and shocking, <i>Trust Exercise </i>became a sensation on publication in the USA for its timely insights into sex, power and the nature of abuse. <br><br>Sarah and David are in love - the obsessive, uncertain love of teenagers on the edge of adulthood. At their performing arts school, the rules are made by their magnetic drama instructor Mr Kingsley, who initiates them into a dangerous game. Two decades on we learn that the real story of these teenagers' lives is even larger and darker than we imagined, and the consequences have lasted a lifetime. <br><br><i>Trust Exercise </i>is a brilliant, unforgettable novel about what we lose, gain and never get over as we're initiated into the mysteries of adulthood.</p>The National Book Award-winning sensation and one of Barack Obama's Books of the Year<b>A Russian doll of a novel</b><b>Will leave you shaken to your very core</b><b>A devastatingly apt analysis of what men have gotten away with</b><b>Remarkable ... a phosphorescent examination of sexual consent</b><b>Tense and lovely</b><b>Tricksy and beguiling</b><b>Unputdownable</b><b>Spellbinding</b><i>Trust Exercise</i> is Choi's fifth novel, and <b>without a doubt her most ingenious yet.</b> Sure, submitting to it is a "trust exercise" all of its own, but the razzmatazz that awaits is <b>well worth it.</b><b>Powerful, addictive, smart</b><b>Taut, distinctive and deeply unsettling</b><b>A masterly study of power and its abuses</b> ... Choi shows how much we need our female novelists within the sea change of our current momentA captivating, dark and unforgettable read

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