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How can a story/stories give a reader so much hope? Bring a sense of joy and remind us to ‘keep the fun’? This is the first real miss of the Stella longlist for me - I found nearly all of the stories flat and unengaging, with nearly interchangeable characters and premises.

Except for the last, an intense story framed as a letter from a resettled refugee woman.

She hitches the reader right up into the booster seat and races off on a literary rollercoaster, pausing only to give hints as to what bought you there in the first place.

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