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Runt by Niall Griffiths
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On leaving school a 16 year old boy goes to live with his uncle on a remote Welsh hill-farm. His aunt has recently committed suicide after losing her livestock in the foot-and-mouth epidemic and his uncle has turned, once again, to the bottle. The boy is an innocent, a spiritual savant, his uncle sees him as a shaman.… (more)

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Yes, it's a good book, but by "good" I mean full of invention, energy, labor, and adding up to nothing more or less than the thousands of other new books that come out every year. ( )
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