The Dandelion Clock by Sarah Key

The Blithering Bibliomaniacs

Reviewed by: Robyn

The Book
Helene has wandered the streets of Cape Town for 15 years in mute silence with her dog, following her release from a state mental facility. When a fellow hobo is shot dead in an obvious case of mistaken identity, she falls back to the outskirts of town relying on the snippets of memory of former, happier years. Petra has always called her Titania and when her hobo friend vanishes and the reports of murders are released to the public, she knows that her silent friend is in danger and embarks on a desperate search to find her before it is too late.

My Thoughts
I liked
1. There’s a very eclectic cast of characters throughout the book, and while there are a number of them who I would consider to be more ‘filler’ characters, there are the three main ladies and our two evil doers…

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