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In Disappearing Earth, Julia Phillips cradles the indelible clay which sculpts a community rarely witnessed – the Siberian peninsula of Kamchatka. Two young girls board a strangers’ car and disappear. The search for the missing children ensues but with it comes the unwrapping of tensions: ethnic, familial, and personal, which shroud and stalk those touched by the disappearance. Phillips approaches this story, which delves into the lives of the other, with enough care to present the familiar, though these experiences are not her own – proving it to be Phillips’ prestige.
Contemporary, Literary, Mystery, Creative, Elegant, Foreboding, Grim, Intriguing, Profound