Rhidian Brook


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in Wales , The United Kingdom
January 01, 1964

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Rhidian Brook (born 1964) is a novelist, screenwriter and broadcaster.

His first novel, The Testimony Of Taliesin Jones (Harper Collins) won three prizes, including the 1997 Somerset Maugham Award, and was made into a film starring Jonathan Pryce. His second novel, Jesus And The Adman (Harper Collins) was published in 1999. His third novel, The Aftermath, was published in April 2013 by Penguin UK, Knopf US and a further 18 publishers around the world. His short stories have been published by The Paris Review, Punch, The New Statesman, Time Out and others; and several were broadcast on BBC Radio 4’s Short Story.

His first commission for television - Mr Harvey Lights A Candle - was broadcast in 2005 on BBC1 and starred Timothy Spall. He wrote f
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The Aftermath

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The Killing of Butterfly Joe

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The Testimony of Taliesin J...

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Jesus and the Adman

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More Than Eyes Can See: A n...

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“The mind remembers what the soul can bear.”
Rhidian Brook, The Aftermath

“Rachael could find no solace in other people's tales of woe. Pain was uniquely one's own, and undiminished by a democracy of suffering.”
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“It was somehow easier to love a person who wasn't there.”
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