Three authors read from their extraordinary and powerful new novels. Unconnected lives become entwined in André Alexis's Asylum, Steven Galloway's The Cellist of Sarajevo paints a heartbreaking picture of human resilience in times of war, and Andrew O'Hagan's Be Near Me is the story of secrets and scandal brought to a small Scottish town. Rachel Harry hosts.
Part of the International Readings at Harbourfront. Free.
Added by RandomHouse on April 17, 2008