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Review of ‘The Lullaby of Polish Girls’

Perhaps fledgling author Dagmara Dominczyk intended irony when christening her debut novel The Lullaby of Polish Girls. Readers expecting a tender coming-of-age story should be warned that Dominczyk’s brutally raw narrative is less a soothing lullaby than a gut-wrenching ballad of heartbreak and healing amongst three childhood friends in a small town in Poland…

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