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This is Europe : The Way We Live Now - Rose Boyt

This is Europe

The Way We Live Now

By: Rose Boyt, Ben Judah

Hardcover | 15 June 2023

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'Vivid, urgent and unsettling' - Tom Holland 'Judah paints another Europe with tense and dramatic detail' - Andrey Kurkov 'Will make you lurch between fascination, laughter and tears' - Sophy Roberts _____ What does it now mean to call yourself European? Who makes up this population of some 750 million, sprawled from Ireland to Ukraine, from Sweden to Turkey? Who has always called it home, and who has newly arrived from elsewhere? Who are the people who drive our long-distance lorries, steward our criss-crossing planes, lovingly craft our legacy wines, fish our depleted waters, and risk life itself in search of safety and a new start? In a series of vivid, ambitious, darkly visceral but always empathetic portraits of other people's lives, journalist Ben Judah invites us to meet them. Drawn from hours of painstaking interviews, these vital stories reveal a frenetic and vibrant continent which has been transformed by diversity, migration, the internet, climate change, Covid, war and the quest for freedom. Laid dramatically bare, it may not always be a Europe we recognize - but this is Europe. _____ Praise for Ben Judah's This Is London: 'An epic work of reportage' -The Guardian 'Eye-opening' - The Sunday Times 'Opens readers' eyes to the hardships experienced by many and ignored by most' - Independent 'Shares Orwell's appetite for documenting parts of society that are easily overlooked' - Spectator 'Full of nuggets of unexpected information about the lives of others' - Financial Times

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