James Robertson: And the Land Lay Still

It’s a . . . strange book. Following several characters, several plots, several periods in time and taking place in several places . . . and nothing of this happens in a linear way, and it’s all interrelated, however tenuous the links often are. Sometimes it’s funny, sometimes disturbing, sometimes depressing, sometimes showing a spark of hope . . .

I can’t describe it. All I can say is I liked it . . . and probably will read it again one day. All 670+ pages of it.

 

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