Sleeping Letters was reviewed in the Telegraph
‘The structure is so unusual ( the only thing I have ever read that is anything close is Max Porter’s Grief Is the Thing with Feathers) that initially, at least, I struggled to find my feet. Perseverance is required, as when learning a dance. Once the various steps have been assimilated and mastered, the music takes over. This book carries the readers to a place where inhibitions and fears about loss and death give way to something more hopeful; and, in their own way, real. ‘
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