Graham Moore

The Last Days of Night

Graham Moore

Talk: The Last Days of Night

He says that when he first discovered that an untested twenty-six-year-old attorney named Paul Cravath was at the center of the rivalry between inventor-giants Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse, he wanted to learn everything he could about him and the role he played in the battle to electrify America. The result is this totally immersive and thrilling novel. As readers are transported back to 1880s New York, they’ll be stunned to discover just how dark (and threatening) the city is without lights on every corner and in every window, the difficult and fascinating personalities of Edison, Westinghouse, and Nikola Tesla, and the risks each took in the race to harness electricity.

Graham Moore

Graham Moore is an American screenwriter and author widely known for his 2010 novel The Sherlockian, as well as his screenplay for the historical film The Imitation Game, which topped the 2011 Black List for screenplays and won the 2014 Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay

Last Days of Night

A thrilling novel based on actual events, about the nature of genius, the cost of ambition, and the battle to electrify America--from the Oscar-winning screenwriter of The Imitation Game and author of The Sherlockian

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