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David Nicholls’s new literary page-turner

This feel-good comedy turns tragic

Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess in David Nicholls's adapdation of his own novel, One Day

Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess in David Nicholls's adapdation of his own novel, One Day

If populist politics is the art of confirming prejudices, popular fiction shares something of that quality—giving us what we want, showing us what we already know. David Nicholls, author of the hit romance One Day and lots and lots of TV scripts, is Britain’s current on-form male author in this competitive field.

Where his last (also bestselling) Man Booker longlisted…

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