"Quite a narrative feat of hallucinatory imagination, though occasionally only borderline coherent."
If Paul Auster and Haruki Murakami collaborated on Moby-Dick crossed with The Wizard of Oz, they might produce something like Hall's deliriously ambitious debut, which mixes profound themes with playful plot twists.
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