FICTION

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A COLONY OF LILIES

Returning to a secret hidden-away caravan after five years, Mila finds something unusual in the nearby lake.

'bewitching... it reads, in parts, like a dark fairy-tale; 

it has an otherworldly quality about it that elevates it above the naturalistic...

Affecting and emotionally stimulating...'

Stephen Thompson

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THE COLOUR OF WATER

A dying horse. A sculptor. An injured rider. A suicidal violinist. A mourning woman. An inspired painter.

'...a piece... [with] a symmetry to it which defies the logic of fiction... a shimmering discourse of events which may or may not have taken place...' 

Andrew Melrose

 
 

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