The story at the heart of Crystal Jeans’ second novel, Light Switches Are My Kryptonite, is deceptively simple: a father and son are struggling to mourn the loss of a wife and mother. Their problems are predictable; rather than sharing their grief, each man retreats into his own private pain. Though there is obvious love […]
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The Woman Who Thought Too Much

Gwen Davies

PUBLISHED ON: 27/03/11


This memoir deserves much more space, which it will get in a future feature in the magazine on a group of new books about the mind. One of my bugbears …

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