Jane Rogers

Jane Rogers is a British novelist, editor, and radio dramatist. She has published several novels, including 'Mr. Wroe's Virgins' and 'The Testament of Jessie Lamb', the latter of which was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize and won the Arthur C. Clarke Award. Her work often explores complex characters and themes such as personal identity, historical settings, and ethical dilemmas.


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  1. 1. The Testament Of Jessie Lamb

    "The Testament of Jessie Lamb" by Jane Rogers is a thought-provoking dystopian novel set in a world where a deadly virus threatens to wipe out humanity. Jessie Lamb, a sixteen-year-old girl, is determined to make a difference and save the future by volunteering for a controversial medical experiment that could potentially save the human race. As she navigates the ethical dilemmas and sacrifices that come with her decision, Jessie explores the complexities of love, sacrifice, and the value of life in a world on the brink of extinction.

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