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by Cordelia Strube

With this, her seventh novel, Cordelia Strube carries on with the brand of dystopic fiction that has become her trademark. The Strubian novel can be characterized thus: it has an ensemble of emotionally or physically crippled characters who are invariably urban and oppressed by, and obsessed with, specific aspects of the day’s dark headlines. Lots of different (bad) things happen to them, some of which are large and dramatic, like murder or cancer or cars driving into houses. And a Strubian novel is both highly topical and full of dark humour. Read more…