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WINNER OF THE RATHBONES FOLIO PRIZE 2020

About the Author

Valeria Luiselli was born in Mexico City in 1983. She is the author of the novels Faces in the Crowd and The Story of My Teeth, which won the 2016 LA Times Book Prize for Fiction; the essay collection Sidewalks; and Tell Me How It Ends, an essay about the situation faced by children arriving at the US-Mexico border without papers. Lost Children Archive is her first novel written in English.

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'Fascinating, haunting, poetic' Sunday Times

'A mould-breaking new classic ... The novel truly becomes novel again in her hands - electric, elastic, alluring, new' New York Times

'Daring, wholly original, brilliant ... a twist on the great American road trip novel, a book about alienation that chronicles fractures, divides, and estrangement' NPR

'Timely and poignant' Vogue

'A wonderfully subtle story in which the experience of migrant children is filtered through the delicate, funny, effortlessly poetic account of a family's road trip from New York to the Mexican border' Guardian

'Roving and beautiful ... a searing indictment of America's border policy' Daily Mail

'Powerful and urgent' Stylist

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