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The Guardian on Storm and Grace for their February round up

“Publisher Allen & Unwin has tagged Kathryn Heyman’s latest book a “literary thriller” but don’t expect a genre-bound police procedural. Heyman’s serious literary ability takes precedence in this story about male power and violence set in the curious world of free-diving… Heyman drives an utterly compelling narrative towards a shocking ending.”

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Louise Swinn reviews Storm and Grace in The Guardian

“Many other stories live in the subcutaneous levels of Storm and Grace, Kathryn Heyman’s ominous, luminous sixth novel…. Right now, we need a better understanding of the narrative of abuse – how it can start and how it continues, as well as the headlines we see all too often telling us how it ends. In… Continue Reading

‘Storm and Grace’ in The Saturday Paper

“Mesmerising… Inspired..shows how aesthetic ambition and political agenda can be simultaneously realised… Storm and Grace is at once romance and anti-romance, a melodrama and a parody, a story that seduces you and a story that shocks you into critical thinking. It is the kind of feminist work about domestic violence that Australian literary culture might have hoped… Continue Reading

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