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I Have Waited, and You Have Come

by Martine McDonagh

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I picked this up on a shopping trip in Edinburgh, it promised darkness and obsession. It delivered an alienated wash of rain and mud and isolation, some great descriptions, and a main character that was hardly a character at all. It was wonderfully atmospheric, but the atmosphere of solitariness was not one I wanted to be reading about at this particular point in time. It didn't chime deeply enough within me to be recognition, but wasn't far enough away to be a dream.
Interesting but grey rather than dark.. ( )
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