Nothing sets up a potential catastrophe better than the combination of outsiders and wilderness, and on this point Sarah Moss does not disappoint.

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Review of ‘Summerwater’

Gabriel García Márquez once wrote, “Everyone has three lives: a private life, a public life, and a secret life.” It’s the latter of these we see on full display in British author Sarah Moss’ slender yet weighty Summerwater.

One rainy, gloomy summer day in a Scottish holiday park, a dozen or so people are cooped…

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