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A sinister feeling hangs over Sarah Moss’s claustrophobic sixth novel

6 October 2018

9:00 AM

6 October 2018

9:00 AM

Sarah Moss’s concise, claustrophobic sixth novel concerns the perils of family life. The narrator Silvie is a frustrated 17-year-old on holiday in the Northumbrian countryside with her father Bill, a bus driver with an insatiable interest in prehistoric Britain, and her mother Alison, who works as a cashier in a supermarket.

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