Banks, Iain

Banks, Iain

Iain Banks sprang to widespread and controversial public notice with the publication of his first novel The Wasp Factory in 1984. Since then he has gained enormous and popular critical acclaim with further works of both fiction and science fiction. In 1993 he was acknowledged as one of the Best of Young British Writers. In 1996 his number one bestseller The Crow Road was adapted for television. The Times has acclaimed Iain Banks the most imaginative British novelist of his generation. Sadly, he passed away in June 2013, from cancer. Click

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