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The Diary of a Dr Who Addict by Paul Magrs, reviewed by SF Said

Magrs's take on early adolescence is very sharp and beautifully nuanced. Almost every page contains some seemingly offhand observation that rings true, from the cringing embarrassment of boys' changing rooms to the way the tiniest details of popular culture can become matters of life or death, fiercely personal and political. SF SAID

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