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The Night Always Comes
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
The Night Always Comes
Written by:
Willy Vlautin 
Read by:
Christine Lakin 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
6 hours 4 minutes 
Published:
June 03 2021 
Available Date:
June 03 2021 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781867537014 
Genres:
Fiction; Contemporary Fiction; General Fiction; Literary Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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Award winning author

Award-winning author Willy Vlautin explores the impact of trickle-down greed and opportunism of gentrification on ordinary lives in this scorching story that captures the plight of a young woman pushed to the edge as she fights to secure a stable future for herself and her family.

Between looking after her brother, working two low-paid jobs and trying to take part-time college classes, Lynette is dangerously tired. Every penny she’s earned for years, she’s put into savings, trying to scrape together enough to take out a mortgage on the house she rents with her mother. Finally becoming a homeowner in their rapidly gentrifying Portland neighbourhood could offer Lynette the kind of freedoms she’s never had. But, when the plan is derailed, Lynette must embark on a desperate odyssey of hope and anguish. Written with all Willy Vlautin’s characteristic and heart-wrenching empathy, The Night Always Comes holds up a mirror to a society that leaves too many people only a step away from falling between the cracks.

'Willy Vlautin's The Night Always Comes is a tear-struck revelation – both epic and timely, intimate and clear-eyed.'
Megan Abbott

'Remarkable, real and tender, The Night Always Comes is a story of America, of the disenfranchised and the still hopeful, of a world littered with artifacts and so little opportunity.'
Rene Denfeld, author of The Child Finder