“A thrillingly evocative debut from a superb young writer... Set in a private girls’ school in the rural north of England in the 1990s, Mrs. S is a bold and beautiful take on the boarding-school romance... In less adroit hands, Mrs. S might feel like sensory overload. Instead, it’s almost alchemical: sounds can be touched, sight is transformed into taste. Narrated in the first person, and without any quotation marks to indicate speech – whether that of the narrator or her interlocutors – consciousness runs into action, into conversation, into description, all of it rich, molten and fluid.” 5/5 stars
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