The queue which gives Aziz’s novel its title swells to monstrous proportions, creating its own mini-society and proliferating little economies—and continues to expand. Life is the queue, and the queue is life, with brief interludes elsewhere.
One of the marvels of Turner’s writing is the fact that she blatantly uses POV against the reader, tricking you into thinking you know more or less than you do and never giving away a single iota of information more than she has to.
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