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Sara Rattaro (born Genoa, 9 June 1975) is an Italian writer.

Biography

Sara Rattaro holds degrees in Biology (1999) and Communication Studies (2009), both from the University of Genoa. She worked as a pharmaceutical representative for some years before switching to full-time writing.

Her novels mainly deal with women's lives, feelings and challenges. Spousal abuse, motherhood, family bonds are among the themes she explores in her writing. She was awarded the Premio Bancarella for Niente è come te in 2015.[1] She was the recipient of the Rapallo Carige Prize for Splendi più che puoi in 2016.[2] Her novels have been translated in several languages, among them Spanish, German, Dutch and Russian. In 2017, her first children's book, Il cacciatore di sogni was published.

Novels

Awards

References

  1. ^ "Premio Bancarella 2015, vince Sara Rattaro sul filo di lana". Corriere della Sera. Retrieved 2015-08-03.
  2. ^ "Precedenti vincitrici premio Rapallo Carige - Gruppo Banca Carige". Gruppocarige.it. Retrieved 2018-03-15.