The Blind Light
Sweeping from the 1950s to now, this deeply moving novel tells the interconnected story of two very different families during a time of momentous change in twentieth-century Britain.
Shortlisted for the RSL Encore Award 2021
‘Extraordinary‘ – Spectator
‘Powerful‘ – Guardian
‘Spellbinding‘ – The Tablet
As the 1950s draw to a close, and the Cold War escalates, the shape of Drummond Moore’s life is changed beyond measure when he strikes up an unlikely friendship with James Carter, a rich and well-connected fellow national serviceman. Carter leads him to Doom Town – an army base that seeks to recreate the effects of a nuclear war – where he meets Gwen, a barmaid with whom he shares an instant connection.
Set over sixty years of British history, The Blind Light by Stuart Evers is the compelling story of one family as they deal with the personal and political fallout of their times.