TUSK in the Guardian’s Best Books of Summer 2016

Deeply grateful to the brilliant Sarah Hall, who named TUSK one of her best books of summer 2016:

“…one of the most compelling and unusual novels I’ve read this year. An ivory poacher, a documentary film maker and a legendary south Indian elephant called The Gravedigger combine narrative perspectives to create a fascinating story of hunters and observers, old mythical gods and modern politics. James moves with grace, intelligence and curiosity through the moral and cultural complexities of capitalism and conservation, love and ambition, and the ‘minds of others’.”

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