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Review:: The Girl with Glass Feet by Ali Shaw

Strange things are happening on the remote and snowbound archipelago of St. Hauda’s Land. Magical winged creatures flit around the icy bogland, albino animals hide themselves in the snow-glazed woods, and Ida Maclaird is slowly turning into glass.

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'The Trees' Review

A review for ‘The Trees’ by Ali Shaw, one of my new favourite writers.

In the predawn darkness of a small English town, worms begin to thrash up out of the mud. 288 more words

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The Trees by Ali Shaw (2016)

One day, in the early hours of the morning, the world changed.

“The forest burst full-grown out of the earth, in booming upper-cuts of trees and bludgeoning branches. 710 more words

Reading

The Girl with Glass Feet

By Ali Shaw

Winner of the Desmond Elliot Prize and shortlisted for the Costa First Book Award

As a local author, Ali Shaw regularly speaks at the writing group I attend in Oxford. 843 more words

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Review: The Girl with Glass Feet by Ali Shaw

The Girl with Glass Feet by Ali Shaw

Winner of the Desmond Elliott Prize

“Strange things are happening on the remote and snowbound archipelago of St. 483 more words

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Ali Shaw at Wordpool Today

Ali Shaw started our Wordpool Thurs off… ‘charming’ , ‘endearing’, ‘interesting’, ‘fascinating’ just some of the positive descriptions of Ali’s talk from  today’s audience. And going off book sales and borrows we think he’s gained a lot of new readers in Blackpool.

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Ali Shaw on his soon to be released third novel The Trees

“The Trees is about an enchanted forest that appears in the blink of an eye, all over the world, overgrowing and destroying everything that stands before it. 

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