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Everybody Jam by Ali Lewis, reviewed by Mal Peet


The landscape itself is a major character in the book, but there's an obvious disadvantage in seeing its awful beauty and strangeness through the eyes of someone to whom it is normal and familiar. Nevertheless, Everybody Jam is an engrossing, edgy, fast-paced book and an extremely promising debut. It also features a play fight using the balls of castrated bulls as ammo. Caveat emptor, then, if you're squeamish. MAL PEET

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