Zoomer Magazine Review

28 Mar

McCluskey’s galloping story, at once comic and slyly observational, is twisty and occasionally absurd – with red herrings and shaggy dog detours – but highly relatable. The Gift Child  also teems with insights into the human condition and snappy turns of phrase. “Beautiful people are like that, aren’t they? … ” she writes. “They do not see you. They see your reaction to them. They see you falling under their spell; they see you toppling into something you have no business toppling into. And the harder you fall, the more wondrous they seem.”

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