Ida by Alison Evans

Ida, Alison Evans, Earl Grey Editing, books and tea, tea and books

Next weekend I’ll be attending Continuum, a speculative fiction convention held in Melbourne. Whenever I’m attending a convention, I always like to try to review something by one of the Guests of Honour. This year, Continuum is playing host to Alison Evans, one of Australia’s up-and-coming talents in YA SFF. Their debut novel Ida won the Victorian Premier’s People’s Choice Award and was shortlisted for this year’s Aurealis Awards.

Today over at the Skiffy and Fanty Show I take a look at this queer, quiet, time loop horror.

2 thoughts on “Ida by Alison Evans”

  1. Ooh, I’ve never heard of Alison Evans OR Ida! I’ll have to see if it’s out in the US yet or if my library can order it from far away — I just read a thing where the author was talking about writing a genderqueer character in that book, and the book sounds interesting and great. Can’t wait to check it out!

    1. The publisher seems to be a fairly small Australian one, but fingers crossed! Elsewise, let me know and I might be able to post a copy out to you.

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