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Spiral of absurdity: Lee Battersby on ‘Magrit’

Lee Battersby’s first book for children is set in an abandoned cemetery and has ‘echoes of Neil Gaiman’s Coraline and The Graveyard Book’. Reviewer Tehani Wessely spoke to the author. Read her five-star review of the book here. What was the inspiration for Magrit? I’m an enormous fan of the...

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