Sharon Maas

Sharon Maas is a Guyanese-born novelist, who was educated in England, lived in India, and subsequently in Germany and in Sussex.

She has written five novels: Of Marriageable Age, Peacocks Dancing, The Speech of Angels, Sons of Gods and The Small Fortune of Dorothea Q.

 

Praise for Of Marriageable Age

‘Beautifully and cleverly written. A wondrous, spellbinding story which grips you from the first to the last page… I can’t recall when I last enjoyed a book so much.’

Lesley Pearse

‘An authentic reflection of a world full of sadness, joy and surprise.’

The Observer

‘It’s a wonderful panoramic story and conveys such vivid pictures of the countries it portrays I was immediately transported and completely captivated. A terrific writer.’

Barbara Erskine

 

 

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