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The Death of Grass by John Christopher

The Death of Grass is one of the darkest, most wonderful novels I’ve read in a long time. Written in 1956, it still feels very fresh – especially with the  news recently full of the horrendous flooding in the Somerset … Continue reading

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Stalker by Lucy Hamilton

  From the book cover: The insidious peril that haunts these pages appears in various guises […] Stalker is a collection of prose poems in which the narrator attempts to make sense of everyday experience, turning to Rilke, Van Gogh, … Continue reading

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Earthshine

Earthshine is one of the loveliest things you can see in the night sky – and there are many lovely things the naked eye can see, for example, the bright gasp of a meteor or the wondrous, fuzzy blur of … Continue reading

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