Cedilla by Adam Mars-Jones

How does he do it?

I am still baffled at the amount of empathy the author shows to this character.

Yes, he (John Cromer) is irritating but he also has a spiritual outlook on life. It is a bit pick and mix – more befitting to this decade that the one it seeks to portray.

The book is, perhaps, too long, though it kept me occupied throughout two long train journeys.

(We have not discussed this in the group but it was a ‘spin off’ from one of our meetings and this review is in a personal capacity.)

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