Hamer treads a fine line between Gothic lyricism and purple prose in her second novel, about a wise child’s quest for self-knowledge Hamer treads a fine line between Gothic lyricism and purple prose in her second novel, about a wise child’s quest for self-knowledge
Hamer treads a fine line between Gothic lyricism and purple prose in her second novel, about a wise child’s quest for self-knowledge

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Kate Hamer’s twisted myth is like a lighter version of Angela Carter

Hamer treads a fine line between Gothic lyricism and purple prose in her second novel, about a wise child’s quest for self-knowledge

Hamer treads a fine line between Gothic lyricism and purple prose in her second novel, about a wise child’s quest for self-knowledge Hamer treads a fine line between Gothic lyricism and purple prose in her second novel, about a wise child’s quest for self-knowledge
Hamer treads a fine line between Gothic lyricism and purple prose in her second novel, about a wise child’s quest for self-knowledge
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