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Biff, Bang, Pow Surprises: A Review of The Girls Who Saw Everything by Sean Dixon

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Biff, Bang, Pow Surprises: A Review of The Girls Who Saw Everything by Sean Dixon

The Girls Who Saw Everything (Coach House, 2007) by Sean Dixon was reviewed today by Lizzie McNeely for SheDoesTheCity.com. From the review:

“The bizarre events, zealous female characters and intertextual hauntings remind me of Jeanette Winterson and Aritha van Herk. Every chapter is filled with biff, bang, pow surprises! I love how the Cabal members live out loud, while engaging me intellectually. Dixon’s talent for revealing characters using details that delight in humanity’s quirks and coincidences reminds me of Salman Rushdie and Gabriel García Márquez. Suspend your disbelief and thrill in the oddities.”

Go to The Arts section of SheDoesTheCity.com for the full review.

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