Trinity makes Vanity Fair’s list of This Fall’s Best Fiction


Trinity by Louisa Hall has been listed alongside 13 other works of fiction in Vanity Fair as one of the best fall books of 2018.

“Hall, whose ambitious 2015 novel Speak probed Westworld-esque questions of artificial intelligence, blends biography and fiction in a series of seven testimonials spanning over two decades… Each of the anecdotes functions as a compelling story in its own right, and only becomes more powerful when taken together as a complete narrative. With beautiful specificity and nuance, Hall interrogates such major issues as ethics in scientific discovery and breaching the chasm between public and private selves.”

Trinity will be published in the US by Ecco on October 16th, and in the UK by Corsair on the 1st of November.