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Thirst By Tim Bisset

I stare at the square photo on my phone and imagine it’s not me.   I imagine I am sat idly on the tube with my thighs apart because it’s leg day, rugby socks ruffled halfway down my calves, although I don’t play.  I would be looking like I’d been to the gym, hair at strategic

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BOOK REVIEW: Thirst by Benjamin Warner

Thirst is an intense, stark thriller set in rural America which imagines a world without water, depicting a staggeringly convincing breakdown of society and order. Whilst the author Benjamin Warner is certainly to be praised for his prose style, which remains crisp and poetic throughout, Thirst does not quite successfully land the emotional ending it

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