REVIEW: The Dogs of Inshere by Alannah Hopkins reviewed by Kirkus

“These are mostly quiet stories about mostly quiet places, offering us slice-of-life glimpses into sharply wrought settings…But Hopkin knows enough not to stay in the same pitch for each story, and some of her strongest writing here comes when she departs from the more journalistic offerings. These are mostly quiet stories about mostly quiet places, offering us slice-of-life glimpses into sharply wrought settings. But Hopkin knows enough not to stay in the same pitch for each story, and some of her strongest writing here comes when she departs from the more journalistic offerings.”

Read the full Kirkus review of The Dogs of Inshere.

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