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Guardian Unlimited Books | Review | The voice of the nightingale

Adele Geras reviews In Hollow Lands by Sophie Masson:

Sophie Masson is an Australian writer of partly French descent who is becoming more and more widely read in this country, and with good reason. She writes a form of fantasy that is based firmly in folklore and the fairytale tradition. While her books may be read by any child who enjoys stories of other worlds bordering our own, the references to other times and places in her novels would stand up to scholarly scrutiny by any number of literary historians.

and Julia Eccleshare reviews three picture books

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