"Dark, threatening, dislocating and altogether brilliant." Do we really have nothing to fear but fear itself? Perhaps—but, as the characters in Canadian writer Christie's deftly written first novel instruct us, our worries, even though debilitating, may not be altogether groundless. Read full book review.
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