6 March 2014 Dziewięćdziesiąte (Ninetieth) by Sławomir Shuty
Join Shuty, and you will not be able to get up until you have listened to the very end, he is such a great talker – in this way Ziemowit Szczerek describes Slawomir Shuty’s latest book Dziewięćdziesiąte in his review for Tygodnik Powszechny. The author of such books as: Cukier w normie (Sugar Level Normal) and Jaszczur (The Magic Skin) visited us at last year’s Conrad festival.
Shuty is coming back to his roots, to a simple story, powerful but written using melodious phrases, tasty like fast food when you have the munchies. You can hear the language in your head when you are reading – adds the reviewer.
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