I have been intrigued by Juno Dawson’s work ever since her appearance at YALC in 2016. She has such a strong online presence that i thought there’s no way her work would not match up to that on paper. After finding out that she’d written quite a few books that had slipped under my radar, i started to collect some for a rainy day. Spot The Difference was one of them.
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It’s not often that I pick up a short story collection and read through the whole thing in a few days, however that happened with Mr Jolly, Michael Stewart’s first short story collection! I was given a copy of this very weird and wonderful collection for review (as Michael is in fact my lecturer at university) and I could not be more pleased and grateful to have been given the opportunity to read these amazing stories.
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I have never read a Gillian Flynn book before this one. There I said it. I feel like everyone has read a Gillian Flynn book as they are so highly proclaimed, and I’ve actually had Gone Girl sitting on my shelf for some time. However when The Grownup was released back in November 2015 I figured it might be a good place to start with Gillian Flynn as it is only 67 pages after all.
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