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raucous, vibrant

Written by Irenosen Okojie for Wasafiri on Thursday, June 29, 2017

...a raucous, vibrant collection of short stories that rattles along, genre hopping with chameleon-like gusto. Ross’s rollercoaster imagination means you should prepare yourself for a wild ride.

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There’s something for everybody in this jam packed collection. There are shifts in sensibility, the stories are wide ranging, told with real verve underpinned by a frankness and flair from an eagled eyed writer adept at getting to the heart of a story,

A great collection, not just singing, a soprano-like meditation from a conjurer who takes the world as we know it, then shows you something gleaming tucked inside it.

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