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Sunday, April 28, 2013

Sunday May 5th ABIGAIL TARTTELIN Author of Golden Boy live on Transition Radio TV



 
25-year-old Abigail Tarttelin’s much anticipated U.S. debut novel, GOLDEN BOY

(Atria Books; turns the conventional coming-of-age novel on its

ear with a poignant, thought-provoking exploration of the turbulent private life of an

intersex teen. As its often startling, multi-voiced narrative unfolds, the novel examines

the complex relationships and conflicts that shape the everyday reality of Max Walker,

an attractive, intelligent, athletic, and sensitive young man on the cusp of adulthood,

whose ambiguous gender has been safely guarded by his parents—until unforeseen

events threaten to expose his secret.

GOLDEN BOY opens with an unspeakable act of violation that sets in motion

Max’s heretofore unfathomable dilemma. The fallout of this event is seen through the

eyes of six narrators: Max himself; his mother, Karen, a successful lawyer unhappy navigating the
 
vagaries of an imperfect world; Max’s precocious ten-year-old brother, Daniel; his father Steve, a
 
well-known prosecutor running for election to parliament; Sylvie, the unconventional girl Max loves;
 
and Archie, the ethnically Indian doctor who helps Max in his time of greatest need. Each lends a
 
distinctive perspective to the extraordinary events. Abigail Tarttelin grew up in North East England.
 
At sixteen she trained with the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain and the New York Film
 
Academy. Alongside her work as a screen actress, for which she has been profiled as a One To
 
Watch, she wrote debut novel, Flick, published in the UK in 2011.
 
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