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New review of The Imagination Thief

 
A big thank you to novelist Andrew Wallace, for saying generous and finely-written things about The Imagination Thief:

his new review of the novel appears here

and is quoted from here.

“These sequences are incredibly powerful, richly poetic and unique. Rohan Quine is a very insightful writer […]. The freewheeling structure allows the author to dip in and out of different narratives and styles, worlds and fantasies. It also enables him to explore multiple genres, often within the same sequence […]. I often like to mention other similar books as a ‘way in’ for review readers but there is nothing else like this novel and that is my best recommendation.”

I’m pleased to have the amoral element of my narrator Jaymi pointed out to me, quite correctly. (I hadn’t 100% registered it myself before now, which is probably telling.)

Review by Andrew Wallace, of Rohan Quine's "The Imagination Thief"

 

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