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Review: Pantomime

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Um… where do I start? Brilliant. Magical. Unique. Shocking. These are the words that come to mind when I think about this utterly gripping and deliciously bizarre novel.

There is not a lot I can say here without giving away the twist (and trust me your jaw will DROP), but I will say that Laura Lam handles a complex and emotional issue in a mature and accessible way.

The love story is endearing – as are the motley band of characters: circus freaks and performers, and the bourgeoisie.

Read more at GoodReads.

P.S. The cover has not been released yet for this novel, but the artwork has been. See the beautiful image below by artist and illustrator Tom Bagshaw.


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