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  • Idiosyncratic, wilful, cute, a choppy blur of emotion and erudition, cocky, confrontational conversation and fragmented urban commentary, it starts off resembling something by Russell Hoban or Josephine Saxton - or even Janet Frame

    The Guardian
  • Carmen Martin Gaite writes evocatively and gracefully, and has some intriguing things to say about story-telling, and about the prisons we create for ourselves

    Sunday Times

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