Order of David Mitchell Books
David Mitchell is an English author of literary fiction. He was raised in Malvern, Worcestershire and earned his English and American Literature degrees at the University of Kent. He then got his M.A. in Comparative Literature. David always knew he wanted to be a writer, but didn’t do anything about it until he was living in Japan in 1994. Besides England, he has also lived in Italy, Japan (twice) and currently lives in Ireland with his wife Keiko and their two children.
David Mitchell made his debut as a published author in 1999 with the novel Ghostwritten. Below is a list of David Mitchell’s books in order of when they were first released:
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
|Black Swan Green||(2005)|
|The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet||(2010)|
|The Bone Clocks||(2014)|
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Omnibus Books
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David Mitchell Synopsis: Black Swan Green by David Mitchell follows a single year in what is, for thirteen-year-old Jason Taylor, the sleepiest village in muddiest Worcestershire in a dying Cold War England, 1982. But the thirteen chapters, each a short story in its own right, create an exquisitely observed world that is anything but sleepy. A world of Kissingeresque realpolitik enacted in boys’ games on a frozen lake; of “nightcreeping” through the summer backyards of strangers; of the tabloid-fueled thrills of the Falklands War and its human toll; of the cruel, luscious Dawn Madden and her power-hungry boyfriend, Ross Wilcox; of a certain Madame Eva van Outryve de Crommelynck, an elderly bohemian emigre who is both more and less than she appears; of Jason’s search to replace his dead grandfather’s irreplaceable smashed watch before the crime is discovered; of first cigarettes, first kisses, first Duran Duran LPs, and first deaths; of Margaret Thatcher’s recession; of Gypsies camping in the woods and the hysteria they inspire; and, even closer to home, of a slow-motion divorce in four seasons.