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Winterson is always a grand conjurer of ghoulish effects, sometimes backlighting them with visible merriment over her own excesses. The dungeons in this new book offer her fine opportunities: a room “piled with rats about three feet deep, eating each other”...Read Full Review of The Daylight Gate | See more reviews from NY Times
Like all horror stories, it asks the reader to suspend disbelief and enter into its parameters, but it can't shake off the truth that the real forces of darkness and light exist within the extremes of human nature.Read Full Review of The Daylight Gate | See more reviews from Guardian
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