Book review: Goblin by Ever Dundas

Goblin - Ever Dundas Published by: Freight Books 'The Second World War wasn't that long ago, Ben.' 'It feels it. It sure feels it.' 'Can you feel time:' "I feel it in ma bones.' Goblin is the kind of quirky, slightly odd story with twists and turn and lots of threads, that I enjoy reading. Set in London and branching out to other parts of England and into Europe, the story recaptures the life of a woman forced to come to terms with her past. Goblin is the name of the lead character, not her birth name, but the name that she grew up with and certainly the name that shaped her personality, head space, indeed, her entire life. She is a queer, free spirit, compassionate, self-sustainable charac

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