The Booker Prize-winning author dissects his tale of global conflicts and tyranny.
In a world where literature often mirrors the pulsating heart of society, Paul Lynch’s Prophet Song stands out as a beacon of emotional and narrative depth.
This masterpiece delves into the complexities of human experience, weaving a story that resonates deeply with the themes of tyranny and resilience.
Set against a backdrop that parallels global conflicts, Lynch portrays the struggles of a mother in a totalitarian regime, drawing parallels with real-world events.
We dissect how his novel is a poignant exploration of human spirit under oppression as Booker Prize winner, Paul Lynch talks to Al Jazeera.