My Favorite Book: The Restraint of Beasts, by Magnus Mills

Mills’ bizarre debut novel is a dry, expertly crafted satire of working-class drudgery along the drizzly English-Scots border, unlike anything you’ll ever read and with some truly warped implications about the control and confinement of itinerant high-tensile fence installers. The former bus driver’s second masterwork, All Quiet on the Orient Express, is just as irresistible.

Reviewed by: Chris Wangler

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