David Mitchell

novelist

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British novelist who was shortlisted three times for the Man Booker Prize, including in 2004 for his novel Cloud Atlas, which was made into a 2012 movie

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Mitchell’s new novel follows his protagonist from 1984-2040; he reflects on mortality in a world that doesn’t much smile upon the aging process.

David Mitchell: The Bone Clocks

Mitchell’s new novel follows his protagonist from 1984-2040; he reflects on mortality in a world that doesn’t much smile upon the aging process.

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David Mitchell: Cloud Atlas

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David Mitchell: The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet

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