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Each character is beautifully drawn, with a rich interior life, starkly different from one another in their experiences, yet each with a curious ache in their hearts. What emerges is a delicate, complex, moving novel, one to withstand—demand even—an instant second reading. The Telegraph gives Simon Van Booy’s The Illusion of Separateness a five-star review.

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