Evie Wyld Wins The 2013 Encore Award
Posted at 8:21AM Thursday 19 Jun 2014
Evie Wyld's All the Birds, Singing has won the 2013 Encore award.
Set on a remote, rainswept British island, Wyld's novel follows Jake Whyte, a reclusive Australian woman who chooses to live in virtual isolation, accompanied only by her dog, Dog, and the sheep that she farms. The illusion of rural peace is shattered when a mysterious malevolent force starts attacking Whyte's flock.
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