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  • Colourful, funny, joyful and compelling

    Observer
  • There's little doubt that this young writer is going to be a star... In the course of this picaresque and haunting tale, Hudson achieves something rare and remarkable. While comparison will inevitably be made between her work and that of Irvine Welsh or Alan Warner, she is wholly individual

    Rosemary Goring, Herald Scotland
  • Kerry Hudson’s fine, eloquent debut novel traces the peripatetic childhood of Janie Ryan...her tale is full of warmth and bittersweet humour

    Financial Times
  • Real and heartfelt... Hudson avoids the usual sentimental clichés and gives us, without a shred of hipster cynicism, the hope and tough warmth for which she has such a sharp eye

    Jenn Ashworth, Guardian
  • A gritty, tough, sweet , sad, funny story of urban survival. Recommended

    Diva

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