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A piercing howl of a novel and “a tart pleasure…with echoes of Zadie Smith and Sally Rooney,” about one young woman’s endless quest for an apartment of her own and the aspirations and challenges faced by the Millennial generation as it finds its footing in the world, from a shockingly talented debut author (Kirkus, starred review).

“A woman must have money and a room of one’s own.” So said Virginia Woolf in her classic A Room of One’s Own, but in this scrupulously observed, gorgeously wrought debut novel, Jo Hamya pushes that adage powerfully into the twenty-first century, to a generation of people living in rented rooms. What a woman needs now is an apartment of her own, the ultimate mark of financial stability, unattainable for many.

Set in one year, Three Rooms follows a young woman as she moves from a rented room at Oxford, where she’s working as a research assistant; to a stranger’s sofa, all she can afford as a copyediting temp at a society magazine; to her childhood home, where she’s been forced to return, jobless, even a room of her own out of reach. As politics shift to nationalism, the streets fill with protestors, and news drip-feeds into her phone, she struggles to live a meaningful life on her own terms, unsure if she’ll ever be able to afford to do so.

Three Rooms Audiobook Narrator

Jing Lusi is the narrator of Three Rooms audiobook that was written by Jo Hamya

About the Author(s) of Three Rooms

Jo Hamya is the author of Three Rooms

JO HAMYA was born in London in 1997. After living in Miami for a few years, she completed an English degree at King’s College London and a MSt in contemporary literature and culture at Oxford University. There, she divided her research between updating twentieth-century cultural theory into twenty-first-century digital contexts, and the impact of social media on form and questions of identity in contemporary women’s writing. Since leaving Oxford, she has worked as a copyeditor for Tatler and edited manuscripts subsequently published by Edinburgh University Press and Doubleday UK. She has also written for the Financial Times.Three Rooms is her first novel. She lives in London.

Three Rooms Full Details

NarratorJing Lusi
Length5 hours 46 minutes
AuthorJo Hamya
PublisherHarperAudio
Release dateAugust 31, 2021
ISBN9780358653165

Subjects

According to HarperAudio, the Publisher of Three Rooms Audiobook, Three Rooms includes the following subjects: The BISAC Subject Code is Fiction, Contemporary Women

Additional info

The imprint is HarperAudio. It is supplied by HarperAudio. The ISBN-13 is 9780358653165.

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This book is only available in the United States.

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