FUN FACT: McGregor is writing a series of short-stories as a prequel to the novel due for broadcast via radio later in the year!
Fridlund’s writing is precise and chilling, quietly mesmerizing as she submerges you in her subtle details, you feel as if you are there beside Linda.
My favourite form, my preferred mode of writing, the highlight of my dream of a mediocre life – is the short story. I can understand why people mightn’t adore poetry, but the short story, there’s no excuse, why you can read one in twenty minutes, a novel on your lunch break! And there’s every kind […]
Less of a review and more of a list of favourite quotes as reasons to why you should read this book and read it now.
“How inadequate are the expressions our faces offer us.”
‘Fish Have No Feet’ is reflective, nostalgic, depressive; filled with rhetorical questions and existentialist musings.
“The asphalt glistened like the skin of an aubergine.”