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Amanda Hodgkinson was born on 25 October, 1964 in Somerset, United Kingdom, is a Novelist. Discover Amanda Hodgkinson's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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Occupation Novelist
Age 56 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 25 October 1964
Birthday 25 October
Birthplace Somerset, United Kingdom
Nationality British

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Hodgkinson’s debut novel 22 Britannia Road was a bestseller in the United States and the Netherlands, and won multiple awards including the Waterstones 11 award in 2011 for best debut novels, The Silver Feather and The Italian Cariparma Award 2012.

The Washingtоn Independent Review of Bооks compares Silvana’s story with the suffering protagonist Sophie of William Styron’s novel Sophie's Choice. The author of the article wrote that "while no one with any humanity cоuld fault Styrоn’s Sоphie for taking hеr оwn life, Silvana’s persеverance in the face of sееmingly insurmountable оdds is ennоbling".

As the years pass Birdie tries to find her lost daughter and she discovers that the Marsh sisters’ dark past is following her.

In Tin Town the main character, a small girl Molly cannot understand why she has to move to America with her mother. Molly wants to be back home with her sister Susan, Susan’s husband Clarkie and Grandmother, and she recalls the last years spent in the house on the farm in their small English village.


In 2014 Penguin Books released Hodgkinson’s second novel "Spilt Milk". In Rachel Hore's review of Spilt Milk in The Independent newspaper, she wrote "Amanda Hodgkinson is fast becoming a fine fictional chronicler of women’s lives in the mid-20 century".

In July 2014 the collection of short stories Grand Central: Original Stories of Postwar Love and Reunion was released, which included Hodgkinson’s novella Tin Town.


22 Britannia Road (2011) was Hodgkinson’s debut novel. Her second book Spilt Milk was released in February 2014. and her novella Tin Town ("Grand Central: Original Stories of Postwar Love and Reunion" Penguin US) was published in July 2014.

22 Britannia Road was published in 2011, and it became a New York Times bestseller in the United States and a bestseller in the Netherlands. In the same year the novel was nominated as one of the laureates in "The East Anglian Book Awards". It also won the Wаterstones 11 prize for bеst dеbut nоvels in 2011, The Itаliаn Cаripаrma Awаrd 2012, The Silvеr Fеather and The Priх Agоra de St Fоy 2013 in Frаnce. Kate Saunders' review in The Times described it as "an affecting story, extremely well told". The novel has been translated into 15 languages and sold worldwide.


Amanda Hodgkinson (born 25 October 1965, Somerset, England) is a British novelist.


The novel "traces the eventful lives of two sisters from before the first world war to the 1960s".


Tin Town is a novella about the British women who emigrated to the US in the 1940s in the pursuit of love and happiness. These women had left their homes and families on the way to a new and better life.


1939. Nellie and Vivian are grown-up women and they are not as close as they used to be. The sisters live far from each other and Nellie has an 18-year-old daughter Birdie. When Nellie finds out that Birdie is expecting a baby, she turns to her sister and asks Vivian to help her niece with the child’s adoption.


1913. Unmarried Nellie, Vivian and Rose Marsh live "on the edge of the world" in a small cottage on the banks of the Little River in Suffolk, miles from the village. The Marsh parents died when Nellie and Vivian were children and the elder, Rose, brought them up alone, away from society, in the safety of the spinster life. Their life-path is quiet and steady, until one day a flood on the Little River brings an unusual fish and a handsome traveler Joe Ferier comes and changes their lives forever.