Solar Bones by Mike McCormack

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The magnificent song that is Solar Bones possesses such peculiar depth, such consonances and dissonances that it is a reminder that a writer of talent can seemingly take any place, any set of characters, any situation and create from them a total vision of the reality.
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Published May 5, 2016 by Tramp Press.
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Ian Sansom on Jun 04 2016

The magnificent song that is Solar Bones possesses such peculiar depth, such consonances and dissonances that it is a reminder that a writer of talent can seemingly take any place, any set of characters, any situation and create from them a total vision of the reality.

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