All Days Are Night by Peter Stamm


3.5/5 Stars.

Deftly tackles heavy themes like identity, grief, loss and destruction as a means of creation in its brief 182 pages. A subtle love story that suggests that some relationships are a means to an end, a catalyst for each party’s self-growth. That ultimately it’s our individual quests for self-knowledge and subsequent fulfillment that will persevere against all odds.


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