5 comments

  1. Really enjoyed this, but it’s one of those novels that feels like stop-gap teeth-cutting knockabout for a serious talent limbering up kind of thing. A lot of supremely good sentences and impressive flourishes, but you’re waiting for something spectacular that seems well within reach.

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