In her debut novel, A Song for Issy Bradley, Carys Bray explored a family’s responses to the sudden death of its youngest member, the four-year-old Issy of the title. It was visceral, tender, sometimes extraordinarily funny, and so perceptive. With readers’ expectations set high, it must have felt a difficult one to follow.  But Bray […]
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