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Seeing Fiction in an Environmental Lens

Book Review / Essay

“Kita Pergi Hari Ini” or “Far Away We Go” by Ziggy Zezyazeoviennazabrizkie is the book that I want to talk about for majority of this post. KPHI tells a tale about five children who embarks on an adventure to their nanny, Miss Gigi’s, hometown, the Floating City of Extaordinary Cats where they find things might be darker than what it seems. (Yes, there will be spoilers. Yes, this is not a children’s book. Yes, there are trigger warnings which includes: child abuse, human trafficking, gore, cannibalism (I think), and child death.

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