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Marlee Jane Ward’s ‘Psynode’

‘Both the original novella and its sequel are powerful, gripping and fresh. Ward effortlessly plays around with language. Her dialogue feels authentically young and edgy, and she captures the diversity of reality, using language that is contemporary, inclusive and has a sense of familiarity’ … read Bec Kavanagh’s full review...

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