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The High House

A Novel

December 31, 2045 | Trade paperback
ISBN: 9781982180126
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Description

*Shortlisted for the Costa Best Novel Award*

In this "brave, important, and exquisitely written" (Sigrid Nunez) novel from an award-winning author, four people attempt to make a home in the midst of environmental disaster.


Perched on a sloping hill, set away from a small town by the sea, the High House has a tide pool and a mill, a vegetable garden, and, most importantly, a barn full of supplies. Caro, Pauly, Sally, and Grandy are safe, so far, from the rising water that threatens to destroy the town and that has, perhaps, already destroyed everything else. But for how long?

Caro and her younger half-brother, Pauly, arrive at the High House after her father and stepmother fall victim to a faraway climate disaster--but not before they call and urge Caro to leave London. In their new home, a converted summer house cared for by Grandy and his granddaughter, Sally, the two pairs learn to live together. Yet there are limits to their safety, limits to the supplies, limits to what Grandy--the former village caretaker, a man who knows how to do everything--can teach them as his health fails.

A "timely and terrifying" (Oprah Daily) novel that takes on parenthood, sacrifice, love, and survival under the threat of extinction, The High House is "painful and beautiful...not to be missed" (Publishers Weekly, starred review).

About this Author

Jessie Greengrass spent her childhood in London and Devon. She studied philosophy in Cambridge and now lives in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, with her partner and children. Her collection of short stories, An Account of the Decline of the Great Auk, According to One Who Saw It, won the Edge Hill Prize and Somerset Maugham Award. Her critically acclaimed debut novel, Sight, was shortlisted for the Women's Prize for Fiction. The High House is her most recent novel.

ISBN: 9781982180126
Format: Trade paperback
Pages: 272
Publisher: Scribner
Published: 2045-12-31

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