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A Year in Reading: Ayobami Adebayo

’s was a constant companion this year. It is a collection of 100 stories that Miller believes are amongst the finest’s sparse and intricate disturbing and utterly engrossing. ’s was this year’s revelation. The cover calls this a collection of fictions but to my delight, many of the pieces in this book defy easy categorization as they can be read as prose or poetry.

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