I’ve listened to some brilliant stories read by their authors on the newest NY’er podcast (the writer’s voice). I’ve showered and powdered mid-afternoon for ultimate cosy feelings. I’ve left the washing in the rain for days to harden and sparkle with the first of the year’s frosts. And, I abandoned the Man Booker International project […]
“In February the sea is sometimes a turquoise mirror.”
Yes, I am Sonja, and she is my spirit animal.
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.”