Books of the Year - FT.com

Books of the Year

The Son, by Philipp Meyer, Simon & Schuster, RRP£14.99 / Ecco RRP$27.99, 576 pages Philipp Meyer’s brilliant second novel, The Son, makes for ideal reading while the US Congress roils with conflicting immigration bills. Political tempers run high

How the West was won

The Son, by Philipp Meyer, Simon & Schuster, RRP£14.99 / Ecco RRP$27.99, 576 pages Philipp Meyer’s brilliant second novel, The Son, makes for ideal reading while the US Congress roils with conflicting immigration bills. Political tempers run high

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Top 10 summer holiday reads 2013

Our essential guide on the hottest books to pack for your summer holiday.

Top 10 summer holiday reads 2013 - Telegraph

Top 10 summer holiday reads 2013

Grimly compelling: Meyer’s epic is meticulously researched

Grimly compelling: Meyer’s epic is meticulously researched

A mighty Texan tale of cruelty, bloodshed and generations fighting over land for cattle and oil lives up to the hype

The Son, by Philipp Meyer

A mighty Texan tale of cruelty, bloodshed and generations fighting over land for cattle and oil lives up to the hype

5 lies you were told about the wild west

5 lies you were told about the wild west

The experts:Rebecca Armstrong Features editor of The Independent and i, independent.co.ukJanine Cook eBooks promotions manager for Waterstones bookstores, waterstones.comRachel Feldberg Director of Ilkley Literature Festival, ilkleyliteraturefestival.org.ukJoanna de Guia Owner of east London’s Victoria Park Books, victoriaparkbooks.co.uk

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The experts:Rebecca Armstrong Features editor of The Independent and i, independent.co.ukJanine Cook eBooks promotions manager for Waterstones bookstores, waterstones.comRachel Feldberg Director of Ilkley Literature Festival, ilkleyliteraturefestival.org.ukJoanna de Guia Owner of east London’s Victoria Park Books, victoriaparkbooks.co.uk

One of the US' rising literary stars, Philipp Meyer's newest novel is an epic, myth-busting look at the American Dream. He talks to us about The Son

One of the US' rising literary stars, Philipp Meyer's newest novel is an epic, myth-busting look at the American Dream. He talks to us about The Son

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Books of the Year - FT.com From the Great War to the gardens of Venice, the best books of 2013 as chosen by FT writers and guests http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/2/f60b681e-529f-11e3-8586-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2m7nELP6r

Books of the Year

Books of the Year - FT.com From the Great War to the gardens of Venice, the best books of 2013 as chosen by FT writers and guests http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/2/f60b681e-529f-11e3-8586-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2m7nELP6r

The Son of America | We Love This Book

The Son of America | We Love This Book

Philipp Meyer, holding a traditional Comanche bow.

Philipp Meyer on books that explain America

Philipp Meyer, holding a traditional Comanche bow.

Philipp Meyer discusses The Son - YouTube

Philipp Meyer discusses The Son - YouTube

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This week Nick Higham meets author Philipp Meyer whose second novel The Son is an epic tale of one Texan families life through the generations

This week Nick Higham meets author Philipp Meyer whose second novel The Son is an epic tale of one Texan families life through the generations

Edinburgh international book festival podcast: Philipp Meyer | Books | The Guardian

Edinburgh international book festival podcast: Philipp Meyer

Edinburgh international book festival podcast: Philipp Meyer | Books | The Guardian

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Book reviews roundup: The Divine Comedy, The Son and The World Is Ever Changing

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