Liminal

Novel, Liminality, stones, railway, Shropshire, nostalgia, eccentrics

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You can look at the Shropshire market town of Liminal, going about its business before the First World War, as a collection of ordinary eccentrics or as a gateway to exciting things just out of view. When I tell you “He didn’t look like a wife murderer.” I’m hoping you pause to ask questions. ‘What does a murderer look like?’ ‘Why even bring up the subject?. Standing stones on the moor are just stones, but we dress them in our strange whimsy. Not fairytale fantasies but x-ray-mirrors to look inside ourselves.

This book is easy to read, full of curiosities, fun and emotional moments. Most of all, at the right angle, you can glimpse a lost fairground of ideas through translucent pages.

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