Literary prize win for powerful book about 2011 Japan tsunami and earthquake’s impact on communities

It knocked the Earth 16.5cm (six-and-a-half inches) off its axis and moved Japan four metres (13 feet) closer to the US: an account of the 2011 tsunami that killed more than 18,000 people in Japan has won Britain’s Folio prize for literature. The award …
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