The Consequences receives nomination and review by National Book Critics Circle

“Minnie Panis is a Dutch artist of growing international reputation. One day, she opens Vogue and finds nearly nude photographs of herself featured in a fashion spread. She did not agree to pose for these pictures, and yet she instantly knows where they came from: a photographer she’d been sleeping with had betrayed her and photographed her asleep; had probably drugged her to capture these images.

Thus begins one of the central storylines in Niña Weijers’s remarkable first novel…”
– Olga Zilberbourg, National Book Critics Circle

“The Consequences” has been nominated for the John Leonard Prize for the best first book in any genre published in the U.S. in 2017.

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