Sarah moss is the award winning author of six novels cold earth night waking selected for the fiction uncovered award in 2011 bodies of light signs for lost children and the tidal zone all shortlisted for the prestigious wellcome prize and her new book ghost wall out in september 2018. The tidal zone by sarah moss review a portrait of parental anxiety with the nhs a central theme this story about the effect of a childs illness on her family is a novel for our times . The tidal zone is about a rupture of ordinary life adam and his family live in a slightly too small house in a town in the middle of england he is a stay at home dad half heartedly working on a history of the local cathedral. The tidal zone is about the fall out from this incident as the family and particularly adan who narrates the book try to come to terms with what has happened woven into this story is the story of adams father and also the history of coventry cathedral which he is researching. The tidal zone by sarah moss a finely drawn portrait of a mans fears for his sick child and for an england in decline share on twitter opens new window
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