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    Black Rock white city

    Distressing, disturbing, painful but also resilient, hopeful and loving - an almost surreal story about lives that are all too real, lives that have been lived by some and will be by more wherever war and displacement occur.
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    Hard work

    Found this a real struggle. In some ways well written but it feels slow and heavy and toxic to me, I've been unable to feel anything for the main characters, and I just can't bring myself to finish it.
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    Black Rock White City

    Took a little while to get into the story, but once there wanted more. Although their terrible experiences and the dark past, it provides hope for the future and new life.
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    A waste of time and money.

    I read this extremely annoying and pointless book to the end in the hope that it would improve. It didn't. I dislike third person present tense stories at any time but this was more annoying and harder to ignore than usual, particularly given that the "present" often switched seamlessly and wihout warning from the real present to events that took place years ago. Don't bother.
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