LOST GIRL REVIEWED BY GARY FRY

By 22nd October 2015Uncategorised

“This necessary vacuum in the legal/justice system creates an appropriately permissive climate in which the protagonist – the father – can operate. A man self-styled in combat and fired by bitter-minded rage (he’s described as “grief incarnate, vengeance and desolation made flesh”; he’s the kind of guy who wonders why people “were so poorly built to withstand suffering when its possibility had always been so assured”)” Gary Fry.

http://www.gary-fry.com/2015/10/lost-girlby-adam-nevill-review.html

 

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