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Guardian Review

Soonchild by Russell Hoban, reviewed by Tony Bradman

Tony Bradman finds this story by Russell Hoban imbued with a wry strangeness;

Will Self has said that he found Hoban in person to be "wry, gentle and wise", and those are the very words I'd use to describe his second-to-last book Soonchild (a picture book is due out from Walker in the autumn, and the RSC is staging a play based on The Mouse and His Child). Mind you, it's pretty strange too. TONY BRADMAN

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