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When all the fire has gone and there's nothing but stuff left, how do you find the will to keep going …?
From short story writer and novelist Charlie Hill (author of the widely-praised novels The Space Between Things and Books), Stuff tackles the emptiness of Consumerism and the essential meaninglessness of British culture at the beginning of the 21st Century. Dark and sometimes bleak, this novella is also very funny, acutely observed and brilliantly written — as Alison Moore observes, Stuff is: "sensitive, evocative and touching … leads the reader to a brink".
Hill's usual humour is … here, this time tackling a satire of modern day British culture and, more specifically, consumerism &heelip; This story opens the door for us to look around and take in everything that surrounds us … a captivating piece of short fiction, easily devoured in one sitting, and with a story that lingers