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The Sense of an Ending Written by Julian Barnes

20 Oct


 Written by Julian Barnes

Fourth time lucky, Julian Barnes has finally won the 2011 Man Booker prize for fiction, having missed out on three previous occasions, with his powerful, unsettling and beautifully crafted new novel The Sense of an Ending. The story of one man coming to terms with the memory of his past, it is laced with the trademark precision, dexterity and insight of one of the world’s most distinguished writers. It was described by the chair of the judges, Dame Stella Rimington as “beautifully written… a book that spoke to humankind in the 21st Century”. Now you can also enjoy the novel as an audiobook. Produced by AudioGO as both a download or on 4 CDs, this complete and unabridged version is beautifully read by Richard Morant.

It couldn’t be easier to order an audiobook. Just go to the AudioGO website www.audiogo.co.uk and follow the link to The Sense of an Ending. If you’d like to see more, simply select a genre and browse the thousands of titles on-site, available to order at the click of a mouse – or by calling us on 0800 136919.