Northumbrian Psycho

Eliza Clark’s shlock horror novel Boy Parts is an unreliably-narrated account of violence and ambition, which doubles as a portrait of national dysfunction.

In her debut novel Boy Parts, author Eliza Clark draws a powerful depiction of two truly risible characters, both narcissistic failures, whose desperate attempts to plaster on an image of success and confidence flake away as the story spirals into cruelty and violence, revealing a sense of emptiness and meaninglessness that is the core of […]

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