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on 1 January 2014
This book contains some of the best sculpted English prose which forces the reader to dwell on every word so that the resultant imagery can linger in the conscious and sub conscious as long as possible. The story is welded together through characters of a bygone age when levity and violence intermingled very close to the surface in a bleak landscape of material poverty. The descriptive passages are evocative and merits serious comparisons with the works of Cormac McCarthy - most notably his classic Blood Meridien. It is also notable that the title is drawn from a passage from McCarthy's Outer Dark. A truly great read with a story which draws on all the the emotions and contexts the past firmly within its particular time
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