Piri Eddy reviews 'The Sound' by Sarah Drummond

Piri Eddy reviews 'The Sound' by Sarah Drummond

The Sound

by Sarah Drummond

Fremantle Press $27.99 pb, 228 pp, 9781925163759

Piri Eddy

Piri Eddy

Piri Eddy is an emerging writer, playwright, and musician. He is currently a creative writing PhD candidate at Flinders University

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The Sound begins with the memory of loss, of shorelines marked with blood, and the acrid stench of charred flesh – a massacre wrought by colonial men with guns. From the outset, death pervades this impressive first novel.

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