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Reviews

  • A surge of Japanese women are redefining their nation's literature

    VOGUE
  • Strange and beautiful. Imagine the offspring of The Wind-up Bird Chronicle with The Virgin Suicides

    GUARDIAN
  • A moving, reflective and surprising novel... anyone who has ever struggled with feeling isolated, had difficulties at school, or had mental health struggles, will find this novel to be a cleansing balm.

    CULTUREFLY
  • Neat twists and a genuinely affecting denouement: this is 'a modern, all-ages fairy tale' that defies the Anglo-dominance of this genre

    FINANCIAL TIMES
  • There's a warmth to her writing, and Tsujimura has a mature ability to allow the story to speak for itself without narrative

    JAPAN TIMES
  • A worthwhile novel

    Alison Fincher, Asian Review of Books

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