Sarah Grazebrook’s captivating novel about the suffragette movement has been optioned by the BBC to make into a film or series.

Sarah Grazebrook’s captivating novel, Crooked Pieces, has been optioned by the BBC.

Set in the early 1900s, the book follows the life of a young East London girl, Maggie, as she is drawn into the suffragette movement. It is a compelling and emotional story that brilliantly evokes the essence of the time – the poverty of the lower classes, the social divide and the struggle of the Pankhurst women in their fight for women’s equality.

Acclaimed screenwriter Andrea Gibb (best known for her work on Dear Frankie and Afterlife, for which she was nominated for a BAFTA) has been brought in to create the screenplay for the film/series.

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