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  • lareviewofbooks:

    Mark Haskell Smith review Swimming Home, the new novel from Deborah Levy:

    Swimming Home has the hallmarks of a conventional bourgeois drama about bickering spouses and their torpid love lives, but Levy isn’t interested in convention. She’s interested in something much darker, and so she turns this setup on its head by introducing Kitty Finch, a bolt of sexual methamphetamine.

    Click here to read the whole thing.

    I don’t have a love life, but I do have a love/hate relationship with, uh, most everything. This is on the list.

    (Source: lareviewofbooks)