Sebastian Faulks

The 2018 Fairway Galle Literary Festival is delighted to welcome back author Sebastian Faulks.

FGLF 2018 Participant - Author Sebastian Faulks

Sebastian Faulks, CBE, is a British novelist, journalist and broadcaster. He is best known for his historical novels set in France, including the tour-de force novel of the First World War, Birdsong (1993); The Girl at the Lion D’or (1989) and the classic novel of the French Resistance Charlotte Gray (1998).

In addition to numerous other works, he wrote the best-selling, James Bond continuation novel – Devil May Care (2008), following the events in Ian Fleming’s last novel The Man with the Golden Gun, and a continuation of the P.G. Wodehouse series – Jeeves and the Wedding Bells (2013).

FGLF 2018 Participant Book Jeeves and the Wedding Bells

He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 1993 and appointed CBE for services to literature in 2002.

Sebastian’s new novel Where My Heart Used to Beat, (2015) is out now, published by Hutchinson.

FGLF 2018 Participant Book Where My Heart Used to Beat

 

“A masterpiece… This is a terrific novel, humming with ideas, knowing asides, shafts of sunlight, shouts of laughter and moments of almost unbearable tragedy” – Sunday Telegraph

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