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Review: We All Ran into the Sunlight

By Simon Kaye  


I am not a shill. I am not a shill! In reviewing We All Ran into the Sunlight, the debut novel from one Natalie Young, who just happens to be Prospect‘s Arts and Books editor, I shall say with all honesty that I like it very much. Also, that I am not a shill. Have I written that often enough now?

Appropriately enough, doubts play a major role for Young’s story: for one character, there are the “doubts…

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