First off, huge thanks to Kate at Faber & Faber and Melissa Ginsburg for my copy of Sunset City to read and review for the tour! 502 more words
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People and their dwellings were such a thin dust on the surface of the globe, like invisible specks of bacteria on an orange, and the feeble lights of kebab shops and supermarkets failed utterly to register on the infinities of space above. 999 more words
Harry Parker gives the reader a unique series of insights into war, death and survival in his debut novel.
When British army captain Tom Barnes loses one leg to an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) and the remains of the other to an infection, the reader learns about how he handles his changing reality through every object involved in the event, both before and after it occurred. 377 more words