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Something in the air: Broken Ghost, by Niall Griffiths, reviewed

31 August 2019

9:00 AM

31 August 2019

9:00 AM

Broken Ghost begins in the aftermath of a rave on the shores of a mountain lake above Aberystwyth, with three partygoers gathered in the dawn light, waiting for one last buzz off a tab of ecstasy. At that moment a strange glow appears in the morning air, in the middle of which seems to be a shadow in the shape of a woman.

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