In this week’s download Graham chats to author Anthony Horowitz about his latest novel Oblivion and answers questions from fans. Click the play button below to listen to the podcast. The segment with Anthony starts at about 18 minutes.
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I read somewhere that you feel Oblivion to be the best book you have written. What is it about Oblivion that makes it so special for you?
Partly, it’s the characters. I think Pedro, the Peruvian street urchin, and Scott, the American twin who sells out and goes bad are two of the most interesting and well-drawn characters I’ve ever created. Partly it’s the amount of action I’ve managed to pack into the book which takes place all over the world with volcano eruptions, drug lords, slave markets, battles on the ice etc, etc. But above all, I think the book is my most personal. It has something – vaguely – to say. That may not matter to you but it matters to me.
There’s also a full spoiler-free review of Oblivion here:8 comments