THE GUARDIAN REVIEW LOST GIRL

By 21st November 2015Uncategorised

“Adam Nevill excels at making nightmares real . . . It’s a painful read: Nevill’s portrayal of the breakdown of civilisation, mirrored by the father’s own spiralling moral crisis, is unflinchingly realistic – though not without hope. The author says he wanted the novel to amend “the status of climate change from the existential to the very real”, and in this LOST GIRL succeeds brilliantly.” Eric Brown, The Guardian.

http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/nov/20/the-best-recent-science-fiction-horror-novels-review-roundup

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