Parko_Grotesque_cover-front-largeThanks to Maudlin House and Rachel Charlene Lewis, you can read a fab little review of Kim Parko’s novel The Grotesque Child (TS 2016).

Here’s a snippet:

There are some books that remind you of childhood in all of the worst ways, and these are the books that our thoughts hang onto decades after we read them. They remind us of what it is to be a small, vulnerable thing, to feel consistently powerless and yet undeniably curious; it is the us before our fears have names, and before we know we are not alone in our terror. Kim Parko’s The Grotesque Child is one such book.

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