a-brief-history-of-seven-killingsHave you ever been in a passionate, slightly dangerous relationship that you kind of want to leave but in which you can’t help but stay? And at the end, when you finally make it out, you’re just exhausted but glad to be alive? That’s what it was like reading Marlon James’ A brief history of seven killings James made waves with the novel in the literary world late last year as the first Jamaican to win the coveted Man Booker Prize.

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