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Review: 'Mrs. Death Misses Death' by Salena Godden

For a few months  Mrs. Death Misses Death  was that  book, the book you saw praised everywhere, the book everyone was recommending. This time I managed to not wait a year before I dug into it and I am here to tell you that the hype is correct. Mrs Death Misses Death  is a brilliant book. Thanks to Canongate and NetGalley for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Pub. Date : 28/01/2021 Publisher : Canongate Mrs Death tells her intoxicating story in this life-affirming fire-starter of a novel Mrs Death has had enough. She is exhausted from spending eternity doing her job and now she seeks someone to unburden her conscience to. Wolf Willeford, a troubled young writer, is well acquainted with death, but until now hadn’t met Death in person – a black, working-class woman who shape-shifts and does her work unseen. Enthralled by her stories, Wolf becomes Mrs Death’s scribe, and begins to write her memoirs. Using their desk as a vessel and conduit, Wolf travel

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