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Alice Pung on ‘One Hundred Days’

One Hundred Days (Black Inc., June), Alice Pung's first novel for adults, is described as a fractured fairytale about 16-year-old Karuna, who is locked in her family's housing commission flat when she falls pregnant. Reviewer Marina Sano writes that One Hundred Days is a heartachingly personal story about love and...

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Category: Features Interview